dandySHOPS: Sweet Pete’s B-Side

By Duncan Hurd Photos by Colleen Kirley Selling bicycles on one of Toronto’s busiest streets presents a unique challenge. The combination of on-street parking and a constant stream of cars and bikes on Bloor Street can be intimidating and overwhelming … Continue reading

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Distillery District to Go Bike at MEC Bikefest Saturday June 25, 2011

On Saturday, June 25, 2011, Mountain Equipment Co-op will host the second MEC Bikefest Toronto, taking over the historic Distillery District to celebrate all things bike. This family-friendly event encourages people to come celebrate and discover the many joys of … Continue reading

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Bells on Bloor Saturday, June 18, 2011

Connect with thousands of bicycle-minded friends this Saturday, June 18, 2011 for the Bells on Bloor procession. Starting at High Park (at the Bloor Street entrance), a pedal-powered wave of people on bikes will make its way to Queen’s Park … Continue reading

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A Community Connected by Bicycles in Christie Pits Park

The sun came out over Christie Pits park were we met with the participants of the Bike With Mike scavenger hunt on June 12. Families and friends returned from exploring Ward 19 (Trinity-Spadina) with Councillor Mike Layton, greeted by The … Continue reading

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Bikes Are Good For Business

by dandyhorse staff images courtesy of Catia da Silva, &Co Architects Bloor Street defines the heart of Toronto. Literally. Bloor is a major east-west route that separates the business, cultural and historic core of the city from its edges. It … Continue reading

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