Bike-parking policy sparks controversy in Windsor, Ont.

May 27th, 2017 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in Advocacy, News | No Comments »

Prominent advocacy groups say they weren’t consulted, and that the policy would set back the clock on cycling progress in Windsor.


Location of Brantford, Ont.’s proposed bike park meeting resistance: reports

November 16th, 2016 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in News | 1 Comment »

Critics say that the bike park’s location in Waterworks Park would pose a risk to the surrounding ecosystem


Following the death of an Ottawa-area cyclist, NDP member of parliament to propose national cycling strategy

October 1st, 2016 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in Advocacy, News | 5 Comments »

Gord Johns hopes rider’s legacy will be one of progress, making Canadian cities safer for cyclists nationwide and fostering greater cooperation between all road users


Bike licensing in Toronto officially flatted, reports

September 30th, 2016 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in Advocacy, News, Spotlight | No Comments »

The plan was defeated by a vote of 4 to 1


Councillors in Sarnia to consider revising bylaws that prohibit sidewalk riding

July 13th, 2016 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in Advocacy, News | No Comments »

Riders argue that a lack of infrastructure on some city streets means that sidewalk riding should be an option


Toronto cycling advocates offer update on the city’s “Minimum Grid” bike lane initiative

February 8th, 2016 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in Advocacy, News | No Comments »

In Toronto, bike advocates and activists have been calling for a “minimum grid” of bike lanes: a total of 100 kilometres of protected, separated bike routes, threaded throughout busy downtown areas.


Regina cycling advocates “extremely disappointed” about lack of bike consideration in city’s budget

December 7th, 2015 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in Advocacy, News | No Comments »

While Saskatoon takes steps to factor cycling more significantly into its urban planning, members of the bike scene in Regina, on the other hand, are saying that there’s a troubling indifference to cyclists in the city’s municipal budget.


After experiencing a notorious cycling route for himself, Kelowna, B.C.’s mayor is open to better options for local riders

November 7th, 2015 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in Advocacy, News | No Comments »

A couple of days ago, Colin Basran, the mayor of Kelowna, B.C., started his day in a somewhat unconventional way for a politician.


Bike-related overhauls in Stanley Park start this week

September 13th, 2015 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in News | No Comments »

The $4.4 million project involves the development of new paths connecting the West Georgia Street entrance to Stanley Park with the Lions Gate Bridge, with detours starting this weekend.


During debate about bike parking for a downtown development, Victoria mayor’s bike is vandalized

September 12th, 2015 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in News | 2 Comments »

To paraphrase CTV News on Vancouver Island, B.C., the irony involved in the theft of Victoria mayor Lisa Helps’s bike during a meeting about new bike parking for the city is almost unbelievable.