To some folks, slower speeds on residential streets sounds like sheer blasphemy. For others, it could mean the difference between life and death.
Bike lanes and wider sidewalks are a good start to improving our cities, but real change won’t happen until we’re able to challenge the fundamentals of the transportation system we’ve created.
Every time cities add new bike lanes, the cycling network grows, and travelling by bicycle becomes a safe, convenient option for more people.
It took just one bike ride after I returned home from a three-week cycling course in the Netherlands to realize … More
In July 2017, I was hosted for an interview with Matt Galloway on CBC’s Metro Morning, to talk about my … More
At home in Toronto, I ride my bike all the time. I ride for commuting, for leisure, for travel, and … More