Monthly Archives: July 2011
I love walking home after visiting the Brick Brewery. I guess there’s something about feeling young again when you’re carrying a 24 on your shoulder (which is plain numb by time I’m finished the 3 blocks). Free Beer This time … Continue reading
One issue that I’ve always been interested in when it comes to bicycle commuting is where are all the women? It’s not that there are zero, but they are certainly outnumbered. In my unscientific observation (between my house and my … Continue reading
Spreading the word (again) as my neighbourhood association passed on an email from the City of Waterloo with a poster for August 7th’s Davenport Street Party (10 am and 1 pm) and a notification that Davenport Road will be closed … Continue reading
We talk a lot about bikes/automobiles mixing in traffic and ways to optimize or minimize the incidents and animosity. Sometimes we get some helpful tips on increasing the animosity too ;). I came across this sign on the weekend and … Continue reading
Bet you didn’t know that bike lane was a verb right? Well, if you are new to biking, or haven’t yet discovered how great biking is, you might not realize that bike lanes aren’t always your friend. They can put … Continue reading
Cool to see these pictures from bikingtoronto.com I like that some riders are dapper, others have tech gear. Some have helmets, some don’t. But they are united. They are protesting the city decision to remove 3 beloved bike lanes in GTA.