Waterfront Toronto to launch new Queens Quay section of bike trail June 19

Waterfront Toronto plans celebration for new Queens Quay opening By Jonah Brunet. Images courtesy of Waterfront Toronto Toronto’s revitalized waterfront boulevard is just about ready to be unveiled. And, after three years of construction, road closures and patience, Waterfront Toronto … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting at the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal

Bike Spotting at the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal We asked: What could be done to make the ferry terminal more cycle friendly? Photos by Claire McFarlane, interviews by Jonah Brunet The winning design for Toronto’s Jack Layton Ferry Terminal has … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: The Bike Plan Election Issue

This image by Sean House shows a reimagined University Avenue where bike lanes run along either side of the median. dandyARCHIVE 2014: from THE BIKE PLAN ELECTION ISSUE We asked 23 politicians, planners, policy-makers, professors and advocates which streets they’d … Continue reading

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Complete Streets would mean a healthier Toronto

Photo by Tammy Thorne Toronto Public Health: Complete Streets would mean a healthier Toronto by Jonah Brunet When Toronto Public Health put forward a proposal to lower speed limits in 2012, it was met with immediate, knee-jerk pushback from the … Continue reading

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dandyhorse April newsletter

The dandyhorse newsletter is here! This is an exciting time for us as a new cycling season gets underway. We’ve started Bikespotting again, and are also working toward our next print issue, due to hit newsstands in June. This past … Continue reading

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