Smiling, Keagan poses for a photo on her bike

Biking While Pregnant Q&A

Our Interim Executive Director is expecting big changes in 2020, and we’re not just talking bike lanes.

By on Dec 17, 2019

  Pregnancy, Health, family biking, Family Handbook

Pile of snow in bike lane on Simcoe

Snow Clearing: is Toronto Keeping Up?

The City says that it meets the winter maintenance levels for bike lanes. But is that enough?

By on Dec 09, 2019

  bike lanes, winter, snow removal

Street Smarts Giving Tuesday. Students participating in Bike Rodeo

Giving Tuesday, Street Smarts & The Bike to School Project

It’s Giving Tuesday, and the launch of our annual Street Smarts drive where we raise funds for high-quality cycling education programs, such as The Bike to School Project.

By on Dec 03, 2019

  Street Smarts, Bike To School, education, Giving Tuesday

Street Smarts 2019 Fundraising Goal $25000. Donate Now. Child learning about bikes.

Street Smarts 2019

December 3rd marks the return of our annual Street Smarts drive where we raise funds to deliver our cycling education programs to people across the city. So, we want to share our cycling education goals for 2020 goals.

Car Free Yonge Street with pedestrians and cyclists moving freely

Ring & Post: November 2019

Monthly snapshot of everything cycling in the city, including our advocacy, education, and encouragement work.

Packed room waits for the Danforth Public Consultation to start

Danforth Public Meeting #1 Wrap-Up

On November 7th, we and many other bike lane supporters attended the first public meeting on the Danforth Complete Street Study. Here are all the important details in case you missed it.

By on Nov 15, 2019

  Danforth, Danforth Loves Bikes, Danforth Public Consultation

Downtown Yonge - Change is Coming (Update)

The City is rebuilding downtown Yonge Street

By Kevin Rupasinghe on Nov 12, 2019

  Yonge Tomorrow, Yonge Loves Bikes, Yonge

Wet leaves are scattered on dark pavement

Fall Cycling Tips

Fall is well under way. Leaves are on the ground, nights are longer, and we already got our first snowfall. This time of year the conditions change often. It’s important to be prepared and stay safe. Here are our shoulder season riding tips.

By on Nov 07, 2019

  seasonal cycling tips, cycling tips, winter cycling, fall cycling, spring, fall

Ride for Safe Streets 2019 Team Photo

Ring & Post: October 2019

Monthly snapshot of our advocacy, education, and encouragement work.

Becky Katz Manager of the Cycling and Pedstrian Projects Unit

Meet Toronto's New Cycling & Pedestrian Manager

Becky Katz is Toronto's new Manager of the Cycling and Pedestrian Projects Unit. She took the time to answer a few questions for us.

By on Oct 23, 2019

  Vision Zero, City of Toronto, Cycling Network Plan, Build the Grid