cycling




Bike Dungeon shuts its doors

University of Manitoba cyclists are in the lurch after the Bike Dungeon in the Helen Glass Centre closed its doors indefinitely while plans to build…


A difficult path

I will admit it before I begin: I do not cycle to university. I, like many other U of M students that live more than…


Alumni profiles: Robin Ellis

Robin Ellis – Bachelor of environmental design, 2012 While pursuing her degree, Robin Ellis began to critically observe the world around her. “I began to…


Talking transportation

In the face of persistent transportation challenges in Winnipeg, South Winnipeg-St. Norbert Coun. Janice Lukes is listening as the city’s residents sound off through a series of public consultations this winter and into the spring.


Getting the wheels spinning

In the winter of 2016, Saikel – Winnipeg’s first boutique cycle studio – will open to the public. The idea first arose in May after co-owners Mike Booth and Dustin Marks had each enjoyed pleasant experiences at spin studios outside of the province.


Get on your bikes and ride

A team of cycling enthusiasts came together in 2010 to create an organization that strives to give Winnipeg cycling community a few things to smile…


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Winter on wheels

When thinking about a typical Winnipeg winter, certain words come to mind: frigid, slippery, intimidating, and many others along that line. A thought that does…