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Bambrick on Bikes

Thousands of cyclists took over the Don Valley Parkway and Gardiner Expressway this past Sunday, for one of the city's biggest bike celebrations. The Becel Ride for Heart raises money for the Heart and Stroke Foundation. But it wasn't the ONLY event for cyclists. It's Bike Month. And not ALL the events involve actual riding. Some involved speaking out. For instance, cyclists are concerned that that some bike lanes are in jeopardy from City Hall. And they want something done about it. Joining Her and Now to explain WHAT they want done was our cycling columnist, Yvonne Bambrick. Listen audio (runs 4:47)

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