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2016 Cycling Goals Achieved

This year I had four cycling goals. Ride the 120 km route in the Tour de Mississauga  Ride 100km each day for two consecutive days  Ride 3000 km  Ride further than my friend Kevin The first three were the same … Continue reading

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Exploring Hamilton by Bike

It’s been a while since I have made a blog post, but I had such an amazing day today, I want to write about it to cement the memory. The day started cool and misty with a walk with Owen … Continue reading

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Peel School Board Bussing Policy

I have just written to my Peel Board Trustee, Chair and the Minister of Education about Peel’s bussing policy and am reproducing the letter here. Eligibility for bussing is as follows and was recently revised downward. The distance a child … Continue reading

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Bike To School Week – Year 2 – Robert J. Lee

On the final day of Bike To School Week, the mother of a kindergarten student was locking his bike to the rack as I was counting the bikes. The bell had already rung.  She told me that they had been … Continue reading

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Dixie Road Cycling Facilities South of Clark Boulevard

This is the second of three blog posts I will make about cycling in, or near, the Dixie Road corridor, and the various cycling facilities, or lack thereof. Dixie Road Cycling Facilities North of Bovaird Drive Bramalea GO Station to … Continue reading

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The Dross Walk

Last week I wrote that I drove to Mississauga to attend Stephen Caulfield’s Dross Walk, but that I got the date wrong so did my own little Jane’s Walk around the Absolute Towers and Cooksville Creek. Today was the Brampton … Continue reading

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Dross Walk Delayed

I started my day with breakfast in bed served by Owen, aged 11. About 11am I headed out for a 35km cycle, the last 15km of which were in the rain and wind which began shortly after I left Starbucks … Continue reading

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