Tweed Ride Toronto this Saturday
Story by Jenna Campbell
Tweed — a fabric that connotes elegance, Chanel and moustaches — is the fabric everyone will be wearing this Saturday during Tweed Ride Toronto.
You don’t have to be old enough to smoke pipe tobacco to join. The event welcomes cyclists of all ages and abilities. “So raid that value village, find your vintage threads and come out for an amazing cause.”
Interviews by Tammy Thorne and Jenna Campbell, photos by Claire McFarlane
At dandyhorse magazine it’s no secret we love bikes, but we also love fashion! Fall fashion is so fab. We also have climate change on the brain with the People’s Climate March on Sunday in NY and the #iceride on Oct. 4, so we asked: “Is your outfit sustainable?”
We went to Ryerson campus to ask: Do you know where your clothes came from?
No it’s not, and no I don’t. My outfit is from H&M.
[Eds note: H&M does make some effort towards sustainability.]
How’s the new Richmond-Adelaide bike lane pilot project doing?
The City Cyclist took a tour today and here’s what he found
I had to go west a little ways today, so I thought I’d hop on the nice, new Richmond bike lane to get there! I hadn’t even ridden one block, when what should I find, but this:
Well, that can happen (even though it’s annoying), so I continued on my way.
“Show me your best ‘bicycle!’” – Countermeasure a cappella performers with BIKESTOCK committee member, Stephanie Martin (second right) and BIKESTOCK founder, Albert Koehl (far right).
BIKESTOCK Toronto: Sept. 14 in photos
Story and photos by Jenna Campbell
Up to 1,500 attended yesterday’s BIKESTOCK Toronto in Nathan Phillips Square. In separate streams, cyclists from Bells on Danforth, Bells on Bloor, Bells on Yonge and Bicycle Music Festival Toronto came together at 2 p.m. to promote cycling safety in Toronto and to watch performances by Evalyn Parry, Countermeasure and Rambunctious. The event continued until 4 p.m.
Story by Jenna Campbell
Tune Your Rideis hosting its fifth annual Bicycle Music Festival Toronto this Sunday.
Mobile performances will lead the pack to three locations across Toronto. The event’s music will be amplified through a bike-powered system.
The festival begins at noon at Allen Gardens near Carlton and Sherbourne streets. Second, the event moves to Nathan Phillips Square for BIKESTOCK at 2 p.m. Lastly, the event finishes at Christie Pits Park beginning at 4:30 p.m.
Musical guests among others include Willow Rutherford, Evalyn Parry and Great James.