The City of Toronto has examined the idea of bicycle licensing on various occasions. Learn more about bicycle licensing
issues, the history behind the discourse, and why it has not been adopted as City policy in Toronto.
Safety Tips for Parents and Kids
Children need a lot of practice to develop the skills and decision-making to safely ride a bicycle.
Read some simple tips that can help prevent injuries
Learn from the best! All instructors are fully accredited in CAN-BIKE, are knowledgeable about the Highway Traffic Act and have advanced cycling skills. More information about the courses...
The Door Prize - "Watch for Bikes" Campaign
No one wants a Door Prize. Every time you open your door without checking for cyclists and other traffic there is a potential for a serious collision to occur. The City of Toronto, the CAA, the Toronto Parking Authority and other partners will hand out 150,000 "Watch for Bikes
" stickers to be placed on your driver side mirror. The sticker is a reminder to all car drivers to check your mirror for cyclists and other traffic. This is one prize you don't want to win.
Toronto Bicycle/Motor-Vehicle Collision Study
The City has released a study of motor-vehicle collisions involving cyclists
. The study revealed the kinds of car/bike collisions that are most common in Toronto, and sheds light on some of the contributing factors.