Bike Share in Toronto

Last week, I found myself in downtown Toronto on a beautiful mid-week summer afternoon. Rather than packing up bikes and gear to ride, J. and I decided to try out the Bike Share program downtown. After a bit of internet research, I learned that there are several options for this program.  We'd take advantage of … Continue reading Bike Share in Toronto

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Ride Don’t Hide – Cycling for Mental Health

This past Saturday, I rode my bike up the difficult Sydenham Road climb in Dundas, Ontario for the first time.  In 2013, this hill became known as "Clara's Climb" after Winter and Summer Olympic medallist Clara Hughes, who used to live and train in the area. Clara's accomplishments as both a cyclist and speed skater are … Continue reading Ride Don’t Hide – Cycling for Mental Health

Cycling Book Review – A Purpose Ridden – by Ryan Correy

When I write these blog entries, I usually assume that I'm preaching to the choir.  Most readers are likely people who actively ride bicycles.  And that's great!  When I started this blog, my hope was to encourage more people to cycle but also to get cyclists to cycle more.  Whether or not that's happening, I … Continue reading Cycling Book Review – A Purpose Ridden – by Ryan Correy