Bike Culture Archive Toronto & Beyond 2003-2012.
Photography by Martin Reis and Hamish Wilson.
Wow, thanks for the link, Martino, both in this entry and on your sidebar. Your site is a daily visit for me (of course)! All the best, Joe.
Joe,You're totally welcome. Long overdue. I really appreciate what you do for biking in Toronto.cheers!!
Coolies :D Thanks Tinoooooo , now about you trying to keep up with me at the ice race on Saturday ( we racing for pizza? )
Hi Martino. Thanks a lot for the compliment!
Hey Steeker,No way I'll be able to keep up with you at the Ice Race. I'd have to ride the rubber class anyways.... See ya Satruday. Just be careful Rick is deceptively fast.;-)
Darren J,Hey, you deserve it! Really you do.
Nice post Martin. I have to say thanks to all you bloggers. I read all these everyday. Its very comforting to know there are "others" who as Martin once said use the "bicycle as responsible adult transportation". Its unfortunate that (even though I did fall on the ice today on my way into work...who rides a bike on ice!? :) ) I feel I am perceived as "odd". If I'm "odd", whats an SUV in the city? Being a contrarian comes with its challenges to poular perception. I admire all of you, who as I do, ride out of principle. I guess the "others" will never understand how much fun we have :) Take care everyone. Franz
Franz, you're so nice. I can't ride out of principle anymore, since I'm addicted to it now, but you can thank the TTC for ripping up the 506 streetcar tracks 2 years ago, since that got me to buy a cheap bike to try it out. I do try to provide as much info as I can on BikingToronto though, because the more people out there cycling, the better for biking in Toronto in general.
Tinooo ??? Am I allowed to race in my Kilt:P
YES! YOU ARE! PLEASE DO!!You'd be very popular!
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