From the days of the dandyhorse: the skirt lifter

A Victorian Velo-loving lady’s best friend: the skirt lifter Item 2 in the series: How we got here: from the days of the dandyhorse Since 1967, Lorne Shields has developed a detailed knowledge of bicycle history and his collection is … Continue reading

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Who was first past the post?

Uncovering the history of Toronto’s unique bike rack design By Tammy Thorne This article originally appeared in Spacing Issue 7, Fall 2006. After submitting the story, before publication, bike thieves had begun to crack the famed “lollipops”using two-by-fours — and … Continue reading

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Bike parking demand up, bike parking spots down

Photo by Tammy Thorne. dandyhorse questions the future of bike parking in Toronto. Bike parking demand up, bike parking spots down Roncesvalles the exception Story by Tyler Wade In the recent dandyhorse article Coralling business support for bikes by Fred Sztabinski … Continue reading

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dandyhorse magazine’s 12 days of Christmas gift giveaway now closed

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO PARTICIPATED IN OUR SURVEY! WE ARE NO LONGER DRAWING NAMES FOR PRIZES.   Announcing dandyhorse magazine’s 12 days of Christmas readers’ survey! From December 13-25 we’ll be giving away one fantastic prize pack each day … Continue reading

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“The Fastest Bicycle Rider in the World” Major Taylor

Paris, May 27, 1901. After winning the first heat, Major Taylor shakes hands with his French opponent, Jaquelin, at the start of the second heart, which he would also win. Taylor won his first World Championship in Montreal at the … Continue reading

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