Portrait of a Serial Monogamist a love letter to Toronto

The "bike date" scene, above, is one of the many in POASM that involves riding bikes around our great city.

Portrait of a Serial Monogamist a love letter to Toronto

New film puts bikes, Parkdale and heartache in the spotlight

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Our Opus Raffle winner reviews his new wheels

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Opus Classico a family favourite

Bike review by Brendan Agnew-Iler and Arel Agnew

In December, dandyhorse contributors and friends came to celebrate the new year at our holiday party at the Emmet Ray.

As part of the festivities, we raffled off an Opus Classico bicycle. Brendan Agnew-Iler held the winning ticket, and rode home from the party that night on his brand new wheels.

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dandyARCHIVE: Bike Spotting from our winter issue Part 2

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Danny and Fiona Gilbert with son Alasdair in Crieff, Scotland on the grounds of Ardvreck School, where Danny teaches.

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dandyEATS: Late night lattés with Robert Zaichkowski

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Sometimes even the most dedicated winter cyclists need some incentive to brave the chill and icy streets, and there's nothing that warms you more than a favourite meal. This is part of a dandyhorse winter series where we track the winter riding habits of cyclists and follow them along to their favourite restaurant, where they tell us about their favourite dish on the menu.

dandyEATS: Late night lattés with Robert Zaichkowski

Why do you ride in winter?

Even when it's snowing or twenty below, the same reasons for riding a bike apply as in the summer. It is faster than driving and the TTC, provides good exercise and leaves me in a more positive mood. However, I will only do trips of 30 minutes or less during winter weather.

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From the Horse’s Mouth: Councillor Joe Cressy on bike projects in Ward 20

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Illustration by Ian Sullivan 

From the Horse's Mouth: Councillor Joe Cressy on bike projects in Ward 20 Trinity-Spadina

From the Horse's Mouth is a new dandyhorse series where we ask City Hall experts questions related to their area of expertise.

This week Joe Cressy, Councillor of Toronto Ward 20, Trinity-Spadina, tells us about bike projects in his ward, and working towards a minimum grid.

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