Things we Like

The ALLDERBLOB
Toronto-based call for an international moratorium on automobile advertising.
Bicycle Friendly Business Awards
Recognizes businesses that have taken action to improve conditions for cyclists.
Bike Toronto
Getting the word out about cycling issues in Toronto
Bremner and Spadina: Still No Luck for Cyclists
Toronto cyclist writes about the Waiting for Godot-style traffic light at Bremner and Spadina
CarFree All Stars, Sierra Club Toronto Chapter
Organizes Toronto’s annual Car Free Day
Caught In the Headlights
A voice for toronto cyclists, even if they don’t want it
Community Bicycle Network
Bicycles meet social justice
Coroner’s report on cycling fatalities in Toronto
Recommendations for reducing cycling injuries and death
Critical Mass: a documentary on bike couriers
Excellent film about Toronto bike messengers directed by Jeff Ballantyne
Detour Publications
Sustainable transportation and urban ecology information
Martino’s Bike Lane Diary
Daily Photoblog and more about riding a bike in Toronto
Messenger Institute for Media Accuracy
Center committed to ensuring the accuracy of media reports concerning bike messengers
Moving the Economy
Promotes and develops economic benefits, opportunities, and innovations in sustainable transportation
Post and Ring Request Form
The City of Toronto installs bike parking posts at locations requested by the public
Rocket Riders, Toronto Environmental Alliance
Fights for TTC service improvements and against increases in fares
Sights On Bikes
Toronto Bike Tours
Smart Commute Association of Black Creek
Working to improve cycling conditions and infrastructure in the north western part of Toronto.
Toronto Bicycle Master Plan
A ten year municipal plan to double cycling in Toronto
Toronto Bicycling Network
Toronto’s largest recreational cycling club
Toronto Cranks
A photocentric site inspired by Critical Mass
Toronto Cycling Committee
Advises City Council in how to promote and enhance cycling
Toronto Pedestrian Committee
Works for improved pedestrian safety and access
Toronto Public Space Committee
Strives to democratise our public spaces
You Do Bike
Fun animation about the hazards of Toronto’s College Street bike lane by artist Sally McKay.