Toronto has put bikes on the back burner, Yvonne Bambrick, one of the group's co-ordinators, said. "Our first and most clear objective is to get the city to put in place all the things they voted on in the bike plan that was passed in 2001," she said. "It's stagnated for far too long now."
The launch will be at 9 am tomorrow morning down at City Hall. Give your support then and on the website by signing up as a member, a volunteer, or a supporter. Help us get some more bike lanes, paths, post and rings, bike-friendly streets, bike insurance, bikesharing, traffic calming, congestion charges, carbon tax and so on (actually this is my own personal wish list, not sure if the bike union will help with all of it).