Release: Apply to become an Arbutus Champion

Via City of Vancouver: Residents invited to become Arbutus Champions as part of four-day ‘Design Jam’ Vancouver residents are invited... Read More

Event: HUB Second-annual Bike the Night Ride, Sept. 16th

HUB Second-annual Bike the Night Ride DATE: Saturday, September 16, 2017 TIME: 6pm REGISTRATION: $15 until September 1st and includes... Read More

RELEASE: Vancouver’s first Bike Host program a success

A program pairing local cycle enthusiasts with newcomers in Vancouver for weekly adventures and meet-ups by bike has exceeded... Read More

The cycle of independence

A fun fact to bring up at parties is that cycling helped get women the right to vote. Sort of. At the end of the 19th century, women... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 013, Birthday

It’s the one-year anniversary of the relaunch! Last year, we took you to the celebration party for the approval of the Bloor... Read More

Book Review: Velotopia

Author: Steven Fleming (nai010 publishers, 2017) “No one would say Le Corbusier’s Plan Voisin did good for the world, but we can learn... Read More

REID: “You cannot talk fatalities down” – international insights on walking and cycling

When I asked Anders Lie, the Swedish expert on the Vision Zero traffic safety program, about cities (like Toronto) where politicians... Read More

REID: Transforming Buenos Aires

A radical transformation of the centre of Buenos Aires, Argentina, combining a new Bus Rapid Transit project and a... Read More

REID: The value of federal support for cycling

Canadian bike and walking advocates have been working to try to get the federal government to engage with, and provide financial... Read More

Book Review – Bike Boom: The Unexpected Resurgence of Cycling

Author: Carlton Reid (Island Press, 2017) “Not only is bicycle travel human scaled, healthful, and non-polluting, but it turns out to... Read More