22 Aug '11, 9am

The Good Bike Projects spreads neon bikes & pop-up gardens across Toronto.

You can fight City Hall, sometimes. In this lovely little story, a Toronto woman decided to paint and spruce up an old bicycle that had been locked to a pole and abandoned for ages. In an act of civic disobedience, she painted it neon red and planted the basket. Result: a parking ticket saying it had to be removed or destroyed. But brave citizens revolted and campaigned and protested...and out of that grew The Good Bike Project . Photo: youtube Now, not only has the ticket been withdrawn, but the artists and a local councillor have started "The Good Bike Project" that will take the idea across the city. Instead of a parking ticket, it has become a ticket to see dozens of locations decorated with dozens of variations of the bike. It has become a community project and a discussion about street art, bicycles and public art in Toronto. The City has hundreds of abandoned bikes ...

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/08/neon-bicycles-pop...

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Neon Bicycles Pop Up in Toronto and Defy the Mayor

treehugger.com 22 Aug '11, 9am

You can fight City Hall, sometimes. In this lovely little story, a Toronto woman decided to paint and spruce up an old bic...

Neon Bicycles Pop Up in Toronto and Defy the Mayor

treehugger.com 22 Aug '11, 9am

Now, not only has the ticket been withdrawn, but the artists and a local councillor have started "The Good Bike Project" t...

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lesterchan.net 22 Aug '11, 12am

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