dandyhorse February newsletter is here

The dandyhorse newsletter is here! We recapped January’s events and dandy bike news, and then looked back further: this lovely “Sweaterbike” (above) by Canadian artist Janet Morton is from 1994. In January, we looked back on our winter cyclist series … Continue reading

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Frozen bike lock? Lube it up! (Or knit a u-lock cozy!)

This is a knitted U-lock cozy by Tennyson Miller, a crafty bike-lover Frozen bike lock? Lube it up! (Or knit a u-lock cozy!) By Claire McFarlane Due to the icy temperatures over the past few weeks, dandyhorse has heard a … Continue reading

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Bikes On Wheels opens new store on Dundas West

Bikes On Wheels opens new store on Dundas West  By Claire McFarlane The Toronto-based bike shop, Bikes On Wheels, recently opened a new store at 1612 Dundas St. West after having outgrown their Queen St. location. It’s a welcome addition … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: Hammer down! Will the velodrome go to Hamilton?

This story originally appeared in our Spring 2010 print issue. Hammer down! Will the velodrome go to Hamilton? Story by Bryen Dunn (from Spring 2010) Velodrome: A sports arena with a banked oval track for cycling races. With Toronto’s recent … Continue reading

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The City’s new public works chair on cycling

Illustration by Warren Wheeler. Councillor Robinson says she’s excited to work with Mayor Tory to roll out cycling infrastructure as chair of the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee But what’s it like biking in her ward? Story by Jenna Campbell … Continue reading

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