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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

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Niagara Falls Hotel Changes Gears for GranFondo Bike Ride
Broadway World
ONTARIO, CANADA - Cycling is a solo venture, but there's something to be said about riding alongside friends with some beautiful scenery in the background. The Gran Fondo, modeled after Europe's mass-participation cycling events, aims to bring that ...
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Naughton set to host Canada Cup
The Sudbury Star
The three day event, which will hold its races on July 14, with pre-rides from July 12- 13, is part of the Canada Cup mountain biking series.


Feature Destination
Lennox & Addington County Trails
Do the Dozen ChallengeOffering 12 well mapped and signed road routes with plenty of paved shoulders, there are over 600km of great cycling around and north from the Napanee area. 

While these trails have been available for a number of years, the folks at L&A have created a new promotion for 2013 called 'Do the Dozen Challenge'. Cyclists are invited to go anytime, cycle at their own pace and check into way-finding points along the way. Once complete, their name will go down in history and they become eligible to win a prize pack worth $500.


Unique bike meeting tours Toronto downtown
Usually, city planning hosts public consultation meetings in school assembly halls, community centres or city hall committee rooms. On Sunday, Toronto's Chief Planner Jennifer Keesmaat teamed up with Cycle Toronto to take their consultation to the road ...
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Toronto police launch downtown bike safety blitz
Toronto police want to make sure cyclists can safely ride through city streets, without fear of having car doors opened in front of them, or vehicles invading their lanes. In a campaign that launched Tuesday, officers are asking drivers to give those ...
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The Pan Am Path: Proposal Unveiled for an 80-Kilometre Multi-Use Trail
“It is a trail system that already kind of exists in the city of Toronto, but is missing certain pieces that are required to make it a non-stop continuous path, and that's what the path is about: leveraging some of the political capital in time for the ...
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