Category Archives: Cycling

Montréal

In late 1999, Montréal was crowned North America’s most bike-friendly city by Bike Magazine. Yet, for Montréal’s commuter cyclists, something didn’t add up. Their daily journeys were harrowing experiences – punctuated by extreme weather conditions, race-crazed drivers, parked-car “door prizes,”

Montréal

In late 1999, Montréal was crowned North America’s most bike-friendly city by Bike Magazine. Yet, for Montréal’s commuter cyclists, something didn’t add up. Their daily journeys were harrowing experiences – punctuated by extreme weather conditions, race-crazed drivers, parked-car “door prizes,”

Robert Silverman, AKA Bicycle Bob

Culminating in the inauguration of the Claire Morisette bike path downtown and the runaway success of BIXI, the first decade of the 21st century was a watershed for cycling in Montréal. Robert Silverman, the quixotic co-founder, in 1975, of Le

Robert Silverman, AKA Bicycle Bob

Culminating in the inauguration of the Claire Morisette bike path downtown and the runaway success of BIXI, the first decade of the 21st century was a watershed for cycling in Montréal. Robert Silverman, the quixotic co-founder, in 1975, of Le

Niagara

A Biker’s Paradise. The Niagara region is an idyllic setting for big-city folk to unwind, reconnect with the earth and set-out by bike to discover the various treasures along the narrow swath of land between the Niagara Escarpment and the

Niagara

A Biker’s Paradise. The Niagara region is an idyllic setting for big-city folk to unwind, reconnect with the earth and set-out by bike to discover the various treasures along the narrow swath of land between the Niagara Escarpment and the