Bloor Bike Spotting Part Three from our new issue

From the summer 2016 issue of dandyhorse magazine: get dandy or subscribe here.

Finally, after years of community effort Torontonians will be able to ride safely along Bloor with the installation of a partially protected bike lane pilot project on Bloor from Avenue to Shaw. We asked cyclists and local councillors about the new bike lane.

Photos by Claire McFarlane, Interviews by Tammy Thorne

Here’s what they said:



"I will totally be riding on Bloor more often. I live on Shaw and I work at Bloor and Spadina. I now take Harbord but with the new lanes I'll be able to take Bloor. I will ride with my kids more once the new bike lane is here."



"I'm looking forward to bike lanes on Bloor. It will be safer. It would be great if they are protected."

Toby Guy


"I am looking forward to bike lanes on Bloor. I bike Bloor a lot because it is one of the better streets – it has smooth pavement."



"There was a Staples truck behind me swerving in between lanes and I actually thought that I might get hit. If there are bike lanes, I will bike here more. If it is safer, I will like it."

Our new issue of dandyhorse has arrived! dandyhorse is available for FREE at Urbane Cyclist, Bikes on Wheels, Cycle Couture, Sweet Pete's, Hoopdriver, Batemans, Velofix, and Steamwhistle.Our new issue of dandyhorse includes cover art by Kent Monkman, interviews with Catherine McKenna and the women behind Toronto's first feminist bike zine, lots of news and views on Bloor, Under Gardiner and the West Toronto Railpath and much, much more! Get dandy at your door or at better bike and book shops in Toronto. 

Related on the dandyBLOG:
Bike Spotting on Bloor Part One from our new issue
Bike Spotting on Bloor Part Two from our new issue
Bike Spotting Pride Edition

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