Coldest Day of the Year Ride Countdown

We're counting down to our Annual Coldest Day of the Year Ride with a series of #bikewinterviews! Advice from Timna: dress for comfort & warmth and pack a pair of slippers!

By sarah bradley on Jan 26, 2018

  bike winter, Coldest Day of the Year, winter cycling

Cycling in Etobicoke

Our Etobicoke Advocacy Summit is on January 30

We're excited to announce our first ever Advocacy Summit in Etobicoke: a great way to get connected with local bike advocacy projects in your area.

By sarah bradley on Jan 24, 2018

  Etobicoke, advocacy, events, get involved

Countdown to the Coldest Day of the Year Ride: "#vikingbiking? Nope, just going to a meeting."

We're counting down to our Annual Coldest Day of the Year Ride with a series of #bikewinterviews! First up: our Director of Programs, Keagan.

By sarah bradley on Jan 23, 2018

  Coldest Day of the Year, bike winter, profile, events

What Transform Yonge would look like

Write PWIC now to ask them to support Transform Yonge

On Friday, January 19, PWIC will vote on whether or not to proceed with Transform Yonge: a proposal that would create a safe and vibrant main street for North York. We need your help!

Cycle Toronto 2018 Annual General Meeting

Our AGM is nearly here! View our 10 candidate profiles and check out the evening's agenda.

Message to Toronto's Budget Committee: The funding is there. Let's get serious about building the Cycling Network Plan

Member Paula shares her deputation to Toronto's Budget Committee on January 10, 2018.

By sarah bradley on Jan 10, 2018

  budget, deputation, advocacy, Cycling Network Plan

people riding on Adelaide St.

Let's focus on making our streets safer - not cherry-picking facts to pit roads users against one another

Here's our response to a series of antagonistic op-eds published in the Financial Post.

By sarah bradley on Jan 05, 2018

  letters to the editor, safe streets, complete streets, share the road

Get Lit outreach station

Street Smarts: final push to $50,000!

Our education and outreach programs are often people’s first positive touchpoint with cycling in Toronto. Find out how we made an impact last year and where we're going in 2018.

Phoebe Street

Proper winter maintenance is in the details

While the City has committed to clearing a priority network of cycling routes, the plowing system in place today isn't adequate.

Cyclists on bathurst street

Press Release: Major increase in Torontonians biking to work: up to 34% in some neighbourhoods

Rates of biking to work are up throughout the city centre as well as in pockets in the inner and outer suburbs.

By sarah bradley on Dec 04, 2017