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Photo by James Shambhu

Not Your Average High School Prom

Cyclists are showing their truest friend – their bicycles – some love by dressing up and letting loose at the prom. more »

Jun 7, 2011 Arts & Culture

photo by Kyle Ferguson

What's New in Bike-Friendly North America (Issue 51)

The latest and greatest people, events and things happening in bike-friendly North America. more »

May 17, 2011 Arts & Culture

50 Issues of Momentum Mag

Looking back at 50 issues of Momentum Magazine. more »

Mar 4, 2011 Features

New York City in spring

Harry Zernike

New York City by Bike (NYC)

What it takes to cycle in NYC. more »

Mar 2, 2011 Cities (1 Comments)

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Pedal mural.

Sara Young

The Pedal and the Revolution

Sara checks out San Francisco's Pedal Revolution, a shop located in the Mission district which repairs and sells new and used bikes and gives much needed support to some of the city’s at-risk youth. more »

Sep 28, 2011 Opinions

A CAN-BIKE Instructor explains the importance of shoulder checks to students during a school bike rodeo.

Jamie Stuckless

Cycle Salvation and a School Bike Rodeo

School-based bike rodeos are an opportunity to teach students the basics of riding a bike. Thanks to dedicated staff members and generous community support, the bike rodeo at Viscount Alexander Public School in Ottawa was also an opportunity to outfi more »

Aug 23, 2011 News

Photo courtesy of Tammy Ozero

The 4th Annual Community Bike Fair in Burnaby

On June 17th, friends and families of the Second Street Community School gathered together for the 4th Annual Bike Fair. more »

Jul 12, 2011 News

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A community-based, bicycle-themed festival promoting arts, culture, events and fun in Calgary, AB June 17-26, 2011. more »

May 12, 2011 News