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Anti-Cyclist Road Rage 2

This goes out to all of the drivers out there who by default have Road Rage toward all cyclists on the road. I trekked 50 kilometers today around the city running errands and I encountered many of these anti-cyclist drivers. Let it be known that WE cyclists are doing YOU a favour. There are more ...

Cycling home from work

My bicycle was locked up outside of my work for a week or so, so I decided to ride it home today since I was running late for hockey tonight. (It’s faster to get home on my bicycle than taking a streetcar or driving). It was an interesting ride home. The first incident was with ...

How to effectively make a cyclist soil his shorts

1. Firstly, park your car in the right lane on Queen Street West2. Peer through the driver’s side mirror3. Wait until subject is within 10 meters of the automobile4. Take your left hand and begin pulling the door handle to open your door5. Take your right hand and secure a firm grip on the door6. ...

Cycling in the TDot

I had originally thought that the great city of Toronto was mainly commercial, city sights and sounds, public transportation, pollution, etc. Coming from a smaller town, being used to the quiet outdoors, and the vast selection of bicycle trails, I failed to realize that Toronto has a hidden gem in its existence. Unbeknownst to me, ...