For years I have advocated on behalf of cyclists, and fought for cycling rights. Lately, I’ve seen an increase in negative attitudes and aggression against cyclists.
One of the indirect effects of COVID-19 is that it has propelled us outside more. We are walking, running, hiking and biking like never before.
More than 2 million bikes are stolen across North America every year! Project 529 is trying to change that, and has reduced bike theft by more than 50% in some cities.
I’ve always loved Cycling BC and what they do. Honestly, riding a bike in BC is made better by the work of this organization.
Every two years the Copenhagenize Index comes out and I was thrilled to see for the first time Canada is represented in two of the top 20 cycling cities in the world – Montreal (18
I am outraged by this week's announcement by the BC Government to move to no-fault auto insurance, and if you ride, you should be outraged too! The change strips cyclists of their
As an avid cyclist and a lawyer, the BC government’s move to no-fault auto insurance in this province has me outraged. What’s the single greatest threat to cyclists? Motorists.
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