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posted by Joe on Tuesday, December 05, 2006 Share/Save/Bookmark

Ten ways of making cycling bearable in November (Times Online)

This is from England, with a lot of good advice now that snow is falling in Toronto. It's not just applicable to November in England. :)

Petition spins benefits of biking (The Muse)

Tuco's petition makes the news in Newfoundland! There are over 1700 signers so far... have you signed yet?

Mayor Miller asks Torontonians "How Do You Get Your Move On?" (Canada NewsWire)
The PSA features a cycling Mayor David Miller, Honorary Chair of Toronto's Get Your Move On (GYMO) initiative, encouraging everyone to join him in being physically active. "I'm pleased to be able to join leaders from health, recreation, and corporate sectors as well as others to take action on an important issue for the health and vitality of our city," the Mayor said.
Art to hold your eye, and your bike
Custom-crafted bike racks are giving some local colour to Parkdale's main strip.
BikingToronto and the Toronto bikeblog community scooped this story 3 months ago. :)

Community Bicycle Network 2006-2007 Survey
The Community Bicycle Network (CBN) is conducting research into the opinions of CBN supporters regarding the services the organization currently offers, has offered in the past, and may offer in the future. The results of the survey will help CBN set priorities and plan for the future.

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