Toronto Vintage Bike Show Sunday July 28 12-5pm

bike show 2013 final

Thank you to everyone that came out !
The show was a great success !!

Please visit our events page for links to photos of the show.

The Community Bicycle Network is excited to announce the 2nd Annual Toronto Vintage Bicycle Show at Trinity Bellwoods Park. Last year’s event was a wonderful success with people from all over the community sharing their passion for cycling history and vintage cycles.

The event is free for people to attend and show off their bicycles. Fees are required if you wish to sell merchandise. Costs are $35 for individuals and $50 if you are a retailer. Spots are limited so Register soon. Payments can be made via Paypal here.

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EcoFair 2012 @ Wychwood Barns !

THE WYCHWOOD BARNS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION,

GREEN NEIGHBOURS 21 AND

TRANSITION TORONTO

 present

EcoFair 2012 at the Barns

 Sunday, November 18 from 1-4 pm

 Come celebrate progress towards a greener and healthier future and help promote

greener living in our community at the EcoFair – a free event for the whole family!

 The Eco Fair at Wychwood Barns is an event that informs and inspires people to make sustainable choices in their homes, while also highlighting some of the wonderful green initiatives under way in our community. Last year, over 400 people attended to learn about activities and achievements in our neighbourhood and in our city, to explore new ideas, and to share green tips and tricks.

 This year’s 4th EcoFair features exhibits from vendors and green community groups, draft-proofing demos, eco kids’ activities, music, refreshments and much more!

The Fair is FREE and everyone is welcome!

Artscape Wychwood Barns

601 Christie Street

Toronto, ON

(2 blocks south of St. Clair Ave. West)

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Zombie Bike Lane Critical Mass

Let’s Join the folks at Cycle Toronto on their

Zombie Bike Lane Critical Mass

as we protest the closure of the Jarvis Bike lanes !!

According to City staff, the Jarvis St. bike lanes will be gone by early November, but they’ll still be undead for the increasing numbers of us who use them regularly to get to school and work, and just get around. So let’s come together one more time: dress up in your scariest Zombie Bike Lane costume and celebrate cycling in Toronto. RSVP for Zombie Bike Lane Critical Mass on their Facebook page here. Not on facebook? Meet at the corner of Bloor & Spadina at 6:00pm on Fri Oct 26th.

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