Fabulous infographic by Cycle Toronto: The City of Toronto continues to be stuck in neutral when it comes to installing bike lanes. In 2013, the City installed zero kilometres of protected bike lanes and 2.4 kilometres painted bike lanes.
A video from website Bicycled Bikes, claims to show bicycles being made out of scrapped cars has gone viral. Is it all it seems? We’re not so certain. Where did the tubes and wheels come from? Have a read at road.cc.
Great piece from Momentum on what every world class city has – a NETWORK of protected bike lanes: Protected bike lanes, “green lanes,” or cycle tracks, as they are sometimes called, like the Prospect Park West bike lane are upsetting the...
Ajax Mayor Steve Parish has explored the world in destinations as far-flung as New Zealand — on his bike. He’s convinced the Toronto region could be one of the world’s great destinations in the growing cycling tourism industry.
The City of Wichita, Kansas has adopted a Bicycle Master Plan. Wichita City Council voted to approve the Bicycle Master Plan in February which will effectively double the expenditure on bicycle related projects over the next ten years.
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