dandySHOPS: Merchants of Green Coffee

The September 2011 issue of dandyhorse magazine will be our first Food Issue featuring guest editor Bob Blumer of the Food Network. In preparation for the Food Issue the dandyBLOG will be posting stories related to the important fuel all … Continue reading

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Revolution, Reform and the Role of Bicycles in Toronto

“Female cyclist wheeling bicycle up muddy hill on St. Clair Avenue West 1907” from City of Toronto Archives Fonds 1244, Item 0022 by Duncan Hurd “Two legs, two pedals, a crank and a chain, two wheels and a frame. A … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting: What do You Think of the Plan to Install Barriers to Separate the Existing Bloor Street Bike Lane?

On July 13, 2011, Toronto City Council voted in favour of installing physical barriers on the existing Bloor Street East bike lane that extends from Sherbourne in the west over the Prince Edward Viaduct to Broadview in the east. Our … Continue reading

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An Exploration of Toronto and Pie by Bicycle

Delicious pie a la mode at The Canadian Pie Company, photo by Hyedie Hashimoto Ask us at dandyhorse what the best way to see and learn about your city is and we’ll always tell you it’s by bike. Of course, … Continue reading

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3,2,1… Polo Toronto!

Ngaihon Choo’s very Toronto wheel cover and Shane Murphy’s West Side Maniacs wheel in back at Scadding Court. Story by Colleen Kirley Photos by Christopher Kaiser It’s eight p.m. at Scadding Court and the autumn sun has already set behind the … Continue reading

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