This page serves as a portfolio of media coverage outside of the Two Wheeled Politics blog. Most of the articles listed are from Dandyhorse Magazine, which I am a regular contributor, but other media sources are also listed.

Radio-Canada (en français)

Urbanisme post-confinement : faire la part belle aux piétons et aux vélos (May 24, 2020) - Ahead of the May 28, 2020 City Council meeting which approved 25 km of bike lanes including on Bloor-Danforth, Camille Feireisen interviewed me to discuss a petition I had started which ended up getting over 5,500 signatures.


Toronto only installed 3 km of new on-street bike lanes in 2019 and people are furious (January 16, 2020) - A few days after my Dandyhorse article was published calling out Toronto's disappointing bike lane progress, it was picked up by BlogTO along with a map of the bike lane installations since 2016.


Memorial held for cyclist killed by streetcar (October 13, 2018) - Monday, October 8 saw the sixth cyclist killed in 2018 at Queen and Broadview; making that year Toronto's worst ever for the cycling community. At the memorial ride, CTV's Miranda Anthistle interviewed me, as well as other road safety advocates, on the dangerous nature of Toronto's streets and the need to #BuildTheGrid ahead of the upcoming municipal election.

Toronto Star

Close traffic lanes to give pedestrians some distance (April 2, 2020) - I wrote this letter in response to Mayor John Tory's refusal to close traffic lanes on Yonge to allow people who walk or bike to practice physical distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Toronto's Bike Share program will need more dedicated bike lanes to succeed (February 1, 2020) - In response to Bike Share Toronto's latest expansion announcement, I wrote about the need to expand Toronto's bikeway network including in arterials such as Bloor and Danforth.

City staff advise making Richmond and Adelaide bike lanes permanent (January 10, 2019) - Ahead of the January 17 Infrastructure and Environment meeting, I was quoted by Gilbert Ngabo about the frustrating slow pace of not just making the Richmond-Adelaide cycle tracks permanent, but of the overall bike plan.

Two years in, Toronto's ambitious plan for bike lanes is falling behind, advocates say (July 18, 2018) - While fellow advocate Albert Koehl was the focus of this article, this article features the work we did in tracking the slow progress of Toronto's bike plan. The print version showed a map of the installations and recognized my contribution.

Your letters: Debating Yonge St. bike lanes (February 24, 2018) - Ahead of the February 27 Public Works meeting, I responded to a Toronto Star article which stated the Mayor's opposition to a plan which would lead to bike lanes on Yonge Street in North York.

Metro News

Bike-riding parking officer is still off Twitter - and off the job (November 6, 2017) - When Parking Enforcement Officer Kyle Ashley's Twitter account was shut down on November 3, 2017, several media outlets (including the Toronto Star and Blog TO) picked up my tweet calling for Kyle's reinstatement and calling on advocates to use the #BringBackKyle hashtag.

First Bloor, then Yonge: Toronto cyclists eye Yonge Street as next bike lane battleground (August 9, 2016) - To follow up on the momentum from the Bloor Loves Bikes campaign, I was interviewed by Luke Simcoe about my ride on Yonge Street in July 2016 from Queen's Quay to Steeles. It includes a section by section breakdown of that street and why bike lanes are needed.

CBC Toronto

'Livid' residents call for new Woodbine bike lanes to be removed (September 20, 2017) - Given local backlash over the newly installed bike lanes on Woodbine and a petition calling for their removal, CBC's Shannon Martin asked for some feedback from cyclists who use Woodbine. Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon, cycling advocate Chris Drew, and I contributed quotes for this article. A link to a counter petition was also included.

Bloor West / Parkdale Villager

West-end Toronto road safety advocates point to 'death trap' areas (September 13, 2018) - With Toronto's municipal election around the corner, Jun Nogami, Helen Qu, and I were interviewed by Rahul Gupta of the Bloor West Villager about road safety hotspots in Toronto's west end. The article focuses on Bloor Street (near Dundas) and the Lake Shore and Ellis intersection. The article also appeared on the Toronto Star's website.

Toronto cycling advocates want Bloor bike lanes extended west (September 16, 2017) - Ahead of the "Bloor Bikes West" event on September 18, 2017 (link to Dandyhorse article), I was interviewed by the Bloor West Villager's Aaron D'Andrea with fellow advocates Helen Qu and Hyedie Hashimoto on why we support extending the Bloor bike lanes west.

Residents weigh in on Fort York bridge designs (June 3, 2015) - On June 2, 2015, I attended a consultation about the Fort York Pedestrian & Cycling Bridge. I was quoted by the Parkdale Villager's Hilary Caton about the bridge design. Some feedback fellow advocate Herb van den Dool and I provided at the event prompted the planners to include us for subsequent consultations to ensure the concerns of cyclists were addressed with the project.


Jarvis to Bloor - A Cycling Advocate's Reflection (August 2, 2016) - GreenPAC is a non-partisan organization which promotes environmental leadership, including endorsing pro environment candidates for office. For their blog, I contributed a post on how cycling advocacy can play a role in fighting climate change.

Parkdale Village BIA

Spring into Parkdale Sidewalk Festival Huge Success! (May 12, 2016) - On May 7, 2016, the Parkdale Village BIA hosted their 4th Annual "Spring Into Parkdale" street festival. It featured neighbourhood shops, street vendors, musical performances, children's activities, and a Jane's Walk. I was responsible for doing photography for this event.

Dandyhorse Magazine

Bike Minds March 2020: Bikes and Limits (March 10, 2020)
Bike Minds January 2020: Bikes and Growth (February 2, 2020)
Will 2019 be a predictor of things to come in 2020? A cycling year in review. (January 13, 2020)
WTF is up with the Bike Plan? Under 9 km installed in 2018 (January 13, 2019) Pre-Election Bike Plan Update (September 13, 2018)
Late Summer Cycling and Storytelling in Toronto (August 30, 2018)
dandyREVIEW - Building the Cycling City (August 23, 2018)
Toronto needs protected intersections now (June 19, 2018)
Cycle Toronto Annual General Meeting 2018 (March 23, 2018)
BIKE MINDS Storytelling Series Episode #2 (February 27, 2018)
Huge turn out for the 2018 Coldest Day of the Year Ride (February 5, 2018)
Bike plan implementation in Toronto is too slow (January 15, 2018)
Bring on the Eglinton East LRT! (November 29, 2017)
New Contraflow Bike Lane connects you through Kensington Market (November 13, 2017)
Public works moves Bloor bike lanes forward to council (October 20, 2017)
Meet the New Plan, Same as the Old Plan? (September 21, 2017) 
Bring on the bike lane brigade (August 16, 2017)
Let's Talk About Laneways (July 26, 2017)
Bringing Cyclists Together in Ward 28 (May 8, 2017)
Habs vs Leafs Bike Showdown (April 12, 2017)
Bring on the data! (March 22, 2017)
Winter Cycling Congress Recap (February 14, 2017)
Get Ajax Moving (September 12, 2016)
Would you mind the Woodbine? (July 17, 2016) 
Bells on Danforth Recap 2016 (June 26, 2016)
Green Transportation Means More Green for Local Businesses in Ward 14 (April 12, 2016)
2016 Toronto Bike Awards recap (February 27, 2016) 
dandyEATS: Late night lattés with Robert Zaichkowski (February 4, 2016)
Comment on West Toronto Railpath Extension before February 15 (February 2, 2016) 
Bikes are good for business: New Lansdowne bike lane announced at Cycle Toronto Ward 18 event (published January 20, 2016) 
Dandyhorse bike raffle party brings good cheer to the end of the year (January 1, 2016)
Connecting Parkdale to the Waterfront (August 11, 2014)