Winter Cycling - Why Should I?

Tips on riding through winter from Keagan, the not-so-hardcore cyclist

new bikes lanes on Grenoble Drive in Flemingdon Park

What’s the holdup on getting our Bike Plan built?

Guess how many kilometres of on-street cycling infrastructure have been installed since 2016?

Michaela pedalling along Cecil Street with the CN Tower in the background

#bikewinterview: Michaela

Here's why cycling is crucial to this passionate outreach psychiatrist's work in Toronto's neighbourhoods.

riding on the Danforth

Ring & Post: December 2018

We're working to #EndBikeTheft, plus two gift ideas and warm up to Bike Winter.

By sarah bradley on Dec 20, 2018

  Ring & Post, newsletter, advocacy, bike winter, #endbiketheft, gifts, holidays

college augusta by david keogh

Standing Committees should represent the whole city

Here's a template to e-mail the Mayor, Striking Committee, and Toronto City Council, telling them you want fair representation on each of the new Standing Committees.

one lonely bike parked in parking lot

Bill 57 is a recipe for more congestion

Bill 57 proposes removing walking and cycling considerations from the Metrolinx Act.

Riding for Safe Streets in 2018

The results are in: it's time to #BuildtheGrid!

This municipal election has been a whirlwind. Here's a recap, and a glimpse of how we'll be working with our newly elected Council over the next four years.

families enjoying the 2018 ride for safe streets

Ring & Post: October 2018

#BuildtheGrid election campaign updates, along with Get Lit! announcements and highlights from our biggest Ride for Safe Streets yet.

Build the Vision: map of results by ward

#BuildtheGrid: is your Councillor in?

Find out how your Councillor responded to our three questions about building the grid.

Get Lit is back!

We'll be out Tuesdays in October in locations across the city to help cyclists stay visible when riding at night.