Photo cred - Fryderyk Supinski
Riding a bike in Toronto has always come with its fair share of risks, and many cyclists have argued that the city doesn't do much to make their commute easier. A lack of bike lanes on busy streets, and a general disinterest on the part of drivers to accommodate bikes makes it pretty hard to commute without relying on the TTC or a car.
To make things a little easier for the cycling community, the Globe and Mail has released a map pinpointing the 10 worst intersections for cyclists in Toronto. These are the 10 intersections that have seen the most collisions over the 5 year period between 2009 and 2013. Take note, Toronto riders.
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