Bikes and burritos in San Francisco

Story and photos by Dana Lacey When my boss told me I could tack a few vacation days onto the tail end of a work trip to California, the first thing I thought about were those infamously steep San Francisco … Continue reading

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Toronto’s laneways offer hidden gems to cyclists

Story and photos by Greg Polimis Laneways are hidden gems in the city. They’re not just avenues for delivery trucks, they’re also shortcuts to avoid the main streets, hideouts for miscreants, canvasses for street art, interesting living spaces and oases … Continue reading

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Slips and slides: Icycle 2012

story and photos by Dana Lacey Ice bike racing is part of Toronto’s rich cycling history. Going on something like 18 years now, the ice bike race – now known as Icycle – is the most anticipated cycling event of … Continue reading

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What to wear on the coldest ride of the year

Story and photos by dandyhorse senior editor Dana Lacey It was unseasonably warm for The Coldest Day of the Year Ride. This year the Toronto Cyclists Union hosted the annual celebration of winter cycling that saw around 150 people on … Continue reading

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Bikeaholics not-so-anonymous: Saving the Jarvis lane

Jarvis Collegiate sits at the corner of Jarvis and Wellesley Streets, at the crux of two crucial bike lanes on Jarvis and Sherbourne. The obvious spatial significance made it a natural place for to congregate and organize. The Toronto Cyclists … Continue reading

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