Bike theft hits Nova Scotia riders who recently completed cross-border fundraising ride

February 20th, 2018 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in News | No Comments »

The two bikes stolen in Kingston, Ont. after 850 km ride around Lake Ontario in support of Amici Camping Charity.


Cops for Cancer – Tour de Valley remembers Const. John Davidson

November 8th, 2017 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in News | No Comments »

The Abbotsford police officer who was shot and killed on Monday finished the nine-day ride


Wheelie-popping Toronto rider charged

September 13th, 2017 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in News | No Comments »

The cyclist to face charges of careless driving under Ontario’s Highway Traffic Act


B.C. bike thieves caught within local RCMP station

August 24th, 2017 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in News | No Comments »

‘Who steals a bike and goes to the police station?’


Bike theft in Guelph, Ont., fuelling drug trade, police say

August 3rd, 2017 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in Advocacy, News | No Comments »

For those engaged in the trade of crystal meth, stolen bikes have apparently become a new currency


Toronto police officer charged after hitting cyclist in January: reports

July 5th, 2017 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in News | No Comments »

Const. Cole Robinson is scheduled to appear in court on July 18.


Toronto traffic cop using Twitter to call out bike lane-blocking drivers

June 14th, 2017 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in News | No Comments »

‘We need to look at protecting cyclists. We need to have these dedicated lanes that are protected.’


Grimsby, Ont., man charged in connection with spree of recent bike thefts

March 23rd, 2017 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in News | No Comments »

Charges include the theft of high-end mountain bikes worth as much as $16,000.


Statistics show 2016 was a terrible year for dooring collisions in Toronto

March 10th, 2017 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in Advocacy, News | No Comments »

Cycle Toronto argues that a ‘minimum grid’ of protected bike lanes would reduce the number of such collisions.


Targeting of Edmonton’s sidewalk-riding cycling homeless by police ‘unfair’: advocates

December 15th, 2016 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in Advocacy, News | 1 Comment »

Bikes, advocates say, are too important to the city’s homeless, and police fines for sidewalk riding can make their predicament worse