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An Answer for Sparks Street

Many of us know Sparks Street as a pedestrian throughway to afternoon pints and debate about what to do with this historic street. Summer events like ribfest and poutine fest have done a great job in congregating people already downtown to Sparks, but once the festivities pack up, so to do the visitors. 403 more words


My letter to Waterfront Auckland on the way they're treating us on our bikes lately.

Ok, so I can guess what happened.

Someone on a bike rode carelessly through the wharf area to the boat, unsafely for the foot passengers around, and so somebody in authority decided that as a consequence all bikes need to be walked on the ferry terminals. 337 more words


Giro Rosa Q&As - Lucinda Brand, Elisa Longo Borghini and Valentina Scandolara after Stage 4

Stage 4 of the 2015 Giro Rosa was the last chance for sprinters to enjoy the flat before the race hits the mountains, and it’s also the exact halfway point of the race.  2,534 more words

Women's Cycling

Toronto councillor pushes stiffer penalties for hitting, injuring cyclists

A Toronto city councillor wants the province to get tough with drivers who injure and kill vulnerable road users.

Mary-Margaret McMahon, who was hit by a vehicle while cycling in July 2014, has drafted a council motion calling on the province to firmly punish convicted drivers. 332 more words


Training - 07/07/15

As soon we started, we faced a killer hill that took a lot out of us in the first 3 miles!

At the 4th mile, Mark got the first puncture and luckily, Andrew has a spare tube with him to save his bacon! 153 more words


Should you ice after an injury? Science's definitive answer. 

Yes, it’s a question that has divided nations and torn families apart. In fact, I’m pretty sure this topic is what caused Tasmania to break itself off from the Australian mainland! 341 more words


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This GoPro footage from the Tour de France is breathtaking

Almost any sport is better as seen through a GoPro, but it takes the spectacle of the Tour de France to a whole new level. Cycling is difficult to cover on television, but with cameras mounted on bikes you can begin to appreciate just how fast these riders are going, and how difficult the conditions can be on the road. 30 more words