A BIXI ride around Toronto. Roadwork, pedestrians, other cyclists, and those pesky motorists. National Post Graphics editor Richard Johnson takes a look at what it is like to cycle through Toronto as a tourist would.
Toronto cyclists gather for ride in honour of fallen cyclist Jenna Morrison David Rothberg, chairman of Niagara Capital Partners, a Bay Street hedge fund, rode his bicycle from his home in the Annex to the corner of Spadina Avenue and Bloor Street West at 7:30 a.m. Monday. He joined about 400 cyclists who rode silently down Spadina, across Harbord Street, down to College Street and west to Sterling Road and Dundas Street West.
This “ghost bike ride,” organized by Advocacy for Respect for Cyclists, served to commemorate Jenna Morrison, the mom and yoga teacher killed by a truck while riding her bike a week ago. (Photo: Peter Kuitenbrouwer/National Post)