Ring & Post: April 2019

Get the latest on our advocacy, education, and encouragement work.

bloor west: no bike lanes

Westward Ho! What’s next for Bloor

Read our take on the rally and why we're calling to extend the popular Bloor bike lanes westward to High Park Ave.

By sarah bradley on Apr 18, 2019

  Bloor, Bloor bike lanes, Bloor Loves Bikes, Bells on Bloor, advocacy

Our amazing 2017 Canvass team

Network Now! Strengthening and Growing Cycling Infrastructure in Toronto

Find out what's next for our Network Now collaboration with the David Suzuki Foundation!

By sarah bradley on Apr 16, 2019

  Network Now, advocacy, David Suzuki Foundation, collaboration, Bike Plan

the crowd seated at our 2019 AGM at the cadillac lounge

2019 Annual General Meeting Highlights

From an engaging year in review to a limbo/what's in the box challenge, our AGM was a fun evening for all.

By sarah bradley on Apr 12, 2019

  AGM, Annual General Meeting, Annual Report, membership

bike to work day 2018 family biking

Start logging your cycling trips for rewards

Did you know you could get rewarded just by riding your bike?

Bike Month 2018 commuter station on the Martin Goodman Trail

It's our first Volunteer Orientation of the year

On April 10, come out to meet our team and learn how you can volunteer with Cycle Toronto.

Bells on Danforth group photo by Nicholas Jones

Announcing our 2018 Annual Report

We're excited to share highlights from another incredible year of working together to build a cycling-friendly city for all.

Bike Valet at Kensington Market

Come work with us! Apply by Apr. 1

Want to contribute to making Toronto a better cycling city for all? Apply to be an Outreach Coordinator.

By sarah bradley on Mar 20, 2019

  jobs, hiring, outreach, summer jobs, Toronto jobs

bloor west: no bike lanes

Nearly 1M cyclists per year on Bloor

We got bike lanes on Bloor. Sign the pledge to extend them westward to High Park! 

new bikes lanes on Grenoble Drive in Flemingdon Park

Draft Bikeway Design Guide: our comments & concerns

The Draft Bikeway Design Guide is a great start to upgrading the City of Toronto standard, but tends to regress on progressive ideas