URBAN CYCLING SURVIVAL GUIDE BOOK
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The Urban Cycling Survival Guide is an accessible, straight-forward pocket guide that helps cyclists new to the Canadian urban environment negotiate all the challenges, obstacles, and rules — spoken and unspoken — that come with sharing the roads.
From picking the bike that’s right for you to smart riding strategies, tips for drivers, and bike maintenance, Cycle Toronto founding executive director Yvonne Bambrick is your trusted guide. This indispensable resource can make anyone a confident, joyful city rider.
- Picking and purchasing a bike
- Signals and communication
- Road-sharing safely
- Navigating obstacles and reducing risk
- Basic bike maintenance
- Etiquette for cyclists and drivers
- All-weather riding
- Cycling at any age
FREE SHIPPING ON ALL PARTS & ACCESSORIES ORDERS OVER $150
We use UPS in the USA and either UPS, Purolator, Canpar or Canada Post within Canada. Orders may take 1-2 business days to process. A tracking number will be provided by email. US Customers are c harged 5.5% for duties (it appears as "Federal Tax" in your checkout ) on all items, but you are not charged either US or Canadian tax, since neither are legally applicable . In other words, we charge 5.5% duty to all US orders, we pre-pay the duties to US customs (so you don't have to deal with them ), and you don't pay a cent of tax. Not a bad deal, especially considering the strength of the US dollar!
A bit about the author: Yvonne Bambrick is a regular contributor to Momentum, Dandyhorse and Precedent magazines, and advisor for the Metcalf Foundation Cycle City grant program. She has previously served as the Director of Communications & Events, and Founding Executive Director of the Toronto Cyclists Union (now Cycle Toronto).
Currently she is working as the Executive Director of the Forest Hill Village BIA (Business Improvement Area), as an events & portrait photographer, and an urban cycling consultant and also volunteers as a member of Friends of Kensington Market, and as a Director on the Kensington Market Action Committee – She is also proud to be the caretaker of Toronto’s smallest park, the Kensington Market Garden Car.