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Toronto Bicycle Collages

Toronto bicycle collage

Bicycle photo collage by Xander of 416CycleStyle.com

It has been a little while since we have had any fun posts on here. Our friend ‘Xander over at 416CycleStyle.com put together some beautiful bicycle collages that put a smile on my face.

‘Xander took photos of everyday people in Toronto getting around the city by bicycle, and remixed them into wonderful works of art.

The photos illustrate the various styles of bicycles, clothing, and cultural diversity that we see here in Toronto (and at least one of the photos was taken in Montreal).

‘Xander explains how we have something wonderful here in Toronto:

Toronto does not have the best cycling infrastructure, however our healthy population of Families, Roadies, Messengers, Commuters, Hipsters, Fashionistas, Fixies, Cargobikes and Weekend fund raising Warriors makes Toronto a remixed cycling culture of a very diverse but inclusive vibe.

The following are my favourites. Enjoy!

Toronto bicycle collage

Bicycle photo collage by Xander of 416CycleStyle.com

Toronto bicycle collage

Bicycle photo collage by Xander of 416CycleStyle.com

Toronto bicycle collage

Bicycle photo collage by Xander of 416CycleStyle.com

Toronto bicycle collage

Bicycle photo collage by Xander of 416CycleStyle.com

Toronto bicycle collage

Bicycle photo collage by Xander of 416CycleStyle.com

Toronto bicycle collage

Bicycle photo collage by Xander of 416CycleStyle.com

Toronto bicycle collage

Bicycle photo collage by Xander of 416CycleStyle.com

Toronto bicycle collage

Bicycle photo collage by Xander of 416CycleStyle.com

Toronto bicycle collage

Bicycle photo collage by Xander of 416CycleStyle.com

Check out 416CycleStyle for some great photos of everyday people getting around Toronto by bicycle.

James D. Schwartz is a Transportation Pragmatist and the Editor of The Urban Country. You can contact James at james.schwartz@theurbancountry.com or follow him on Twitter.

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