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Urban Arrow Family (demo available) is sleek, easy to ride, and perfect for family adventures, groceries, & skipping by lines of school drop-off traffic. It's powered by a nearly silent and powerful @BoscheBikeUS drivetrain, and can carry two kids plus a Maxi Cosi! Now $6999.99!
Urban Arrow Shorty is a short wheelbase cargo bike, with seating for one child in the box, and one on the rack behind you. Where the Shorty excels is multi-tasking. Lockable front box = security for your belongings, go from kids to cargo with ease! Now only $6899!
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Tonight is the regular meeting of the @CityofLdnOnt Cycling Advisory Committee. Here's the agenda:
1 - Accessibility. Have many thoughts here about our transportation system.
2- Dundas Place connection to TVP. How do we connect a street so anti-bike to our best path?
@CityofLdnOnt 3 - Dundas St Bikeway Comments from Committee (Wellington to Ontario)
4 - Development Charges (why they don't fund bike infrastructure)
5 - Autonomous Vehicle Strategy Review
6 - E-bike discussion (absent provincial legislation, we took this on)
7 - Commuter Survey (ugh)
@CityofLdnOnt Full agenda available here, recap on this thread later this evening as usual.
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Alright, #LdnOntBike time for *another* round of feedback on the East Village Protected Bike Lane. Do we do this level of consultation for any other projects? Anyway, here's the link...
This survey is a little better than the commuter survey. Here are the things we'd like to see:
Project Considerations: ranked public realm and loading zones above the line. commented that creating a great space is more important than moving cars fast.
For "Design elements" - I marked the intersections and said "protected intersection please", and made a general comment that both ends at Wellington and Adelaide need comfortable transitions for cyclists.
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It's that time again... watch this thread for your monthly @CityofLdnOnt Cycling Advisory Committee Update! 🚲🚲🚲🚲🚲🚲🚲🚲🚲🚲🚲 πŸ§΅πŸ‘‡
@CityofLdnOnt OK here we go, meeting wrap time. Hope this won't take too long. 11th meeting of the #LdnOnt Cycling Advisory Committee for 2019. Are you ready?
@CityofLdnOnt 1. First on agenda was a report on the London Road Safety Strategy. The LRSS was a city program from 2014-19 designed to decrease traffic deaths and injuries, which is indeed a noble goal. The results we saw tonight didn't give me any confidence that streets are any safer.
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OK, #LdnOntBike, we're maturing as a cycling city, so I've been thinking a lot about what we need in our store to meet that demand. Who's ready for a sneak preview of our amazing new City Bikes for 2020?
OK, this is pretty unanimous... here goes.
*INTRODUCING* Fahrradmanufaktur!
(literally "bike maker" in German)
High quality city & touring bikes, Made in Germany
We're going to carry two models in-stock (we'll get to those), but have access to their whole catalog by special order. They have an incredible selection of drool-worthy bikes with options like Pinion gearboxes, belt-drive systems, and more!
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I'm at the Cycling Advisory Committee meeting at City Hall. It's public, and the agenda is posted below. Meeting started at 4PM, will run until ~6:30.…
Alright, time for monthly update. We had an enormously long CAC meeting, and it was incredibly important. Tonight we made #LdnOnt's first Climate Emergency recommendations, based on sound science, and existing City policies. Long thread ahead 🧡 2/n
First, I'm totally drained, and holding a sleeping baby, so please forgive any typographical errors or interruptions in story flow... I'll get this done before midnight, probably. 3/n
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Alright, finally have some time to wrap up what went down at Cycling Advisory Committee this month (Wednesday Sept 18 meeting). It was a "fun-filled" evening as you may have seen in the news over the past couple day... here we go πŸ‘‡πŸš²
First item on agenda was a staff report from Transportation and Parks showing planned developments over the next four years. It largely follows London ON Bikes plan (available here…), and contained no surprises. 2/n
We also received an update that the Cycling Master Plan is up for review and update this fall. We struck a working group to review the CMP which will report back next month. 3/n
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