Bike Culture Archive Toronto & Beyond 2003-2012.
Photography by Martin Reis and Hamish Wilson.
The railway underpasses on King W and Queen W.
Lower Sherbourne from Queen street to the lake , ruts/ cracks/holes/glass/nutjobs in cars
I like the King St. railway underpass. It's actually quite beautiful. :) I just take the right lane.The Queen St. underspasses have really aweful pavement though. But I don't mind Queen St. itself that much, except when it's really congested and slow.The Queensway around highway 427 is my worst place. Purely brutal hell of people driving like maniacs looking for highways and box stores.
The Dundas West stretch between Trinity Bellwoods and Dufferin - during the afternoon rush hour. Too many frustrated drivers looking for a quick way along a congested street. Dangerous - then of course turn right and try to go up Dufferin towards the park - freakin' terrifying.
Yonge Street going south after passing the 401, merging with cars doing 90 km/h while trying to avoid the potholes.
Ever notice how there is always a big mob of commuters waiting a long time for the Southbound Dufferin Bus at the Subway Station on Bloor? I think the TTC subtly despises all those poor people who live in Parkdale and use public transit, and wishes to make their transit experience as unpeasant as possible.
Dovercourt is pretty horrible.Dufferin I avoid at all costs.
Bathurst north of Dupont. I won't even ride there.
I was going to say Leslie, but jeez, Dufferin just won. Southbound from Eglinton, probably the worst whiteknuckle ride I've had in a long time. Lots of looping hills with completely deformed pavement. Not potholes - de FORM ation.
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