2021 Bike Ride 09

Leisurely ride along the Lachine Canal, up to Parc Angrignon then back through Ville-Émard and Côte-St-Paul. Not too windy along the canal today which was a nice change from recent rides.

Total trip distance: 19.56 km

Moving time: 1h 01m

Today’s ride:

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Today’s ride in the context of all my Montreal rides:

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2021 Bike Ride 08

It was finally time to go get a BANQ library card (who doesn’t need cards for both systems in the city?). I went along the Old Port and up the Berri bike lanes. After visiting BANQ, I continued up Berri to Saint-Joseph and then came back down on Saint-Urbain. Not the most exciting ride, but I covered some new streets.

Total trip distance: 15.38 km

Moving time: 0h 59m

Today’s ride:

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Today’s ride in the context of all my Montreal rides:

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Weekly roundup July 19-25

Articles/Columns

What do we want electric vehicles to do for us, anyway? **

The failing of governance of Toronto Spacing

The Old-School Politician Doing New Things in Argentina Americas Quarterly

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2021 Bike Ride 07

Today’s ride took me to the end of the Canal de l’Aqueduc and then back through LaSalle on Rue Centrale before crossing the canal to pass through Ville-Émard.

Total trip distance: 22.91 km

Moving time: 1h 16m

Today’s ride:

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Today’s ride in the context of all my Montreal rides:

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2021 Bike Ride 06

Another daycare integration morning for the baby so with the free hours I took a ride up along the Maisonneuve cycle way out to Montreal West and the back along Avenue Fielding and through Monkland Village.

Total trip distance: 24.50 km

Moving time: 1h 36m

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Weekly roundup July 12-18

Articles/Columns

Seeing Dad Through His Lens CBC

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2021 Bike Ride 05

It was a daycare integration morning for the baby so I had a few hours free to get on my bike. Since I was already downtown, I decided to take on Chemin Olmstead up to the Mont-Royal lookout. It was a slow ride but certainly possible on a single-speed. It is great to see the water fountains on everywhere (a rare occurence in my time in Toronto).

Total trip distance: 18.29 km

Moving time: 1h 23m

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