We Torontonians may live in the “Big Smoke,” but we’re still a healthy bunch. Newly released data from Toronto Public Health that compared the city’s health with the rest of Ontario found that Toronto outperforms the province in a majority of...
Ever since spinning swept New York as the go-to workout for the who's who, indoor cycling has become the biggest, baddest fitness phenomenon. The workout that many call an "obsession" or a "cult" has found roots in Montreal, with a line-up of devotees ready to put the pedal to the medal
We’re not going to pretend there aren’t a heck of a lot of reasons some of our urban centres are difficult to bike in. You have limited bike lanes, angry drivers, and a little thing we like to call winter. But when it comes down to it, the thing that stops us the most when it comes time to cycle across the city is sweat.
It's the hottest trend on two wheels: the fixie. With summer finally here, these crazy-coloured custom creations have taken the city by storm. Sleek and speedy, with a minimalistic aesthetic, the simple design has its roots in New York City as the bike of choice for messengers who figured they were least likely to get stolen. In the last year, these single-gear bicycles have reached cult status, with a virtually limitless variety of customization options and fixie-focused bike shops and websites
For those who haven’t heard, Cyclepalooza is just around the corner and runs June 28 to July 7. This laid-back DIY-style festival merges a love of bike riding with many exciting themes that range from the Tour de France (complete with moustaches and baguettes) to the Bike Bike poker run