Recap of the 2015 Toronto International Bike Show
Photos by Claire McFarlane
Last weekend, the annual Toronto International Bike Show was held at Exhibition Place, showcasing some of the most interesting and exciting innovations in cycling tech, skills and culture. dandyhorse took a quick rip through the Better Living Centre to check out the action.
Opus cruisers brought some color to the show! Attendees could take a photo for a change to win the bike of their choice.
Luigia Zilli with her Bicycle Art.
Read more about bike polo with our coverage from this year, here.
Flatlanders (bmx) looking awkward. (Sorry guys, it could just be the angle.)
Trailblazers tandem riding club is always looking for 'captains'.
Cycle for Sight was one of dandyhorse's first supporters! Their popular Toronto fundraising ride is on June 20. That's co-founder Michael Ovens on the right.
Marc Ngui, the man behind the cover and illustrations in Yvonne Bambrick's The Urban Cycling Survival Guide.
The BMX tricks never get old.
Some of the riders had great blinged-out gear.
Artwork by Sheridan College students.
And, finally, the mini velodrome was an exciting new addition to this year's show.
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