Marissa Plamondon-Lu, of local bike shop Bikurious, is in the middle of changing a tire when reached on the phone. But she’s happy to talk about Montreal’s Bicycle Film Festival, which she’s… Read More

On m’a accolé l’étiquette « hipster » à quelques reprises. Je suis un Montréalais de 27 ans, j’aime la musique rock indépendante, c’est-à-dire enregistrée sous des étiquettes inconnues… Read More

CYCLING ART He’s called nonno (grandfather in Italian) of handmade frame building in Canada. At the sprite age of 74, Giuseppe Marinoni is very active riding and building his famous bicycles… Read More

NIGHTLIFE Custom wheel building for your first fixie? New spokes and rims for track bikes? If you’re a lay cyclist like me, bike lingo can seem a tad intimidating. Your experience at most bike shops… Read More

THE LINK The Bicycle Film Festival is not just about the films, despite an eclectic mix of movies from different bike subcultures.The worldwide festival has visited Montreal four… Read More

DAILY XTRA When Marissa Plamondon Lu and Mackenzie Ogilvie took over the small, community-centred bike shop they worked at, they intended to keep the shop’s name, Revo… Read More

BICYCLING Situated in downtown Montreal’s bustling Gay Village, Bikurious draws pedalers of every persuasion. “You can be openly queer and come in here and not … Read More

LA PRESSE L’exposition de photos et de vélos Inventé relate la carrière du nonno (grand-papa en italien) de la bicyclette au Québec. Une série de clichés récents de l’artisan ont été pr … Read More

THE LINK In 2001, Brendt Barbur was hit by a bus while riding his bike in New York City. Instead of protesting or starting an advocacy group, he founded the Bicycle F … Read More