From Tamara Askew. If your ungrateful child just hates all the expensive gifts you purchased for them, perhaps they just wanted a bike. The video mentions a UK bike store, Bonthrone Bikes, as the place to buy these ungrateful ones what they really want, but really you can find some closer to home.
Only submissions of 3-5 photos or a multi-photo compilation based on a commuting theme will be accepted, captions are optional.
Crossing the line of "vandalizing" public property, artist Peter Gibson a.k.a Roadsworth was arrested a few years ago for his spray-painted art on Montreal's roads. The Canadian Film Board has a film about his work and struggle with the legal authorities (thanks to Mark Shouldice for telling me about him). The law may have been against him but the public was quite sympathetic.
One of our I Bike T.O. regular readers forwarded us the following email. Sounds like a creative way to have fun with bikes!
May 31, 2008 - 3:00 p.m. - 6 pm.
MUSIC FOR 6008 SPOKES
New Music Arts Projects
Track field, King Edward PS, 112 Lippincott St., Toronto
For the film buffs, there are two separate bike movie nights happening this week here in Toronto. Both events are free! Bring a date!
Thursday November 29th (Tonight!):
At 6:30pm Bike Chain at the University of Toronto is presenting: