CBC's Linda Ward reported from the scene that cyclists laid on the ground with their bicycles in a silent "die-in."
Advocates want the city's cycling budget increased from $8 million to $20 million, and 100 km of separated bike lanes.
They also want fatalities reduced to zero.
It's been a deadly spring for cyclists in the city.
- On June 11, a woman allegedly fled a collision at Finch Avenue West and Tobermory Road after hitting and killing a 44-year-old cyclist. The driver was later arrested and faces nine charges.
- On May 19, Toronto architect Roger du Toit was struck at the intersection of Wrentham Place and Roxborough Street East. He died on May 31.