dandyhorse Spring 2011 Volume 4, Issue 1 is available FREE at sponsor shops

Complimentary copies of┬ádandyhorse Spring 2011, Volume 4, Issue 1 are now available at our local advertiser shops. Please support our advertisers and pick up a copy of dandyhorse while you’re there. The Big Carrot 348 Danforth Ave thebigcarrot.ca The Toronto … Continue reading

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Heels on Wheels: Hyedie Hashimoto

Photos by Molly Crealock Story by Tammy Thorne Who : Hyedie Hashimoto, founder of the Toronto Cupcake Ride, a group ride for women that stops at bakeries for sweet treats. Tricks : I can ride with a cupcake in right … Continue reading

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Win an Opus Cervin Bicycle at the dandyhorse Spring 2011 Launch Party

The warmer, sunnier days of May are finally upon us and what better way to explore the outdoors than on a brand new bike? On Monday, May 30, 2011 dandyhorse magazine will officially launch our Spring 2011 issue in the … Continue reading

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Bicycle Spectacles: Behind the scenes

dandyhorse Volume 4, Issue No. 1 rolls out in May. This is a sneak peak at some cycling chic captured in photographer Mike Ford’s Toronto studio. This “lovely librarian” is off to return her books safely and in style, with┬áthe … Continue reading

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Cutting advisory committees a roadblock to better cycling conditions

Illustration by Warren Wheeler (from dandyhorse, Volume 2, Issue No.1) Advisory committees provide an avenue for regular folks to get issues to council that are important to them, but might not be at the top of the political agenda. As … Continue reading

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