Chicago's Best Bike Routes

Chicago's Best Bike Routes
Regal Bicycles is very fond of Chicago. As Toronto’s sister city, Chicago is a waterfront destination with all the benefits that come with being a North American metropolis: art, food, infrastructure, and, of course, great cycling. Much like Toronto, Chicago has recently...

New York City’s Best Bike Routes

New York City’s Best Bike Routes
We're just going to say it: New York is the most romantic cycling city not only in the United States but in the world. Architecture, parks, neighbourhoods, bridges - New York has everything an urban rider can want and at a scale that no other city can match...

Vancouver’s Best Bike Trails

Regal Bicycles may be headquartered in Toronto, but we’re not afraid to admit that Vancouver is (probably) the most beautiful city in Canada. And its unique identity as an urban centre surrounded by breathtaking nature makes Vancouver a premiere cycling...

Making Toronto's Cycling Infrastructure Better

In recent months, Toronto cyclists have won a major victory. The city now has two crosstown, separated bollard bike lanes on Adelaide and Richmond. These lanes mean that cyclists finally have safe and efficient ways to ...

Toronto Bike Bar Hopping Guide: West End Edition

Summertime in Toronto is near and that means two things for the urban-inclined: more biking and more bars. Hogtown boasts a buffet of fine drinking establishments, all of them connected by the city’s unique cycling landscape...

Winter Cycling Tips for Your Fixie

Winter cycling is a great way to stay healthy and save money during the year’s coldest months. Yes, riding in Canada present lots of challenges (heavy snow, icy roads, piercing winds, frustrated drivers), but if you take the proper precautions, winter cycling and can be...

Canada’s Bicycle Pathways: Calgary

Welcome to Calgary, home of Canada’s favourite mayor, oil companies, the stampede and a bike path system worth taking a closer look at. The centrepiece to this system is undeniably the path that runs along the Bow River cutting from the Northwest of the city to...