What’s it Like Biking on Dundas?

How are people biking on Dundas Street West near Trinity Bellwoods Park faring amidst the construction? Find out in our latest Bike Spotting: What’s it Like Biking on Dundas?

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Never Accept the Status Quo

Q & A with Angela Bischoff by Steve Brearton Photo by Molly Crealock Angela Bischoff has never been content to accept the status quo. Since co-founding EcoCity Society, an Edmonton-based urban environmental advocacy group in 1990, she has worked to … Continue reading

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dandySHOPS: Hoopdriver Bicycles

By Carolyn Pioro Photos by Anita Lalchan In the H.G.Wells-penned comedy, The Wheels of Chance: a Bicycling Idyll, Mr. Hoopdriver, a worn-out everyman, embarks upon a liberating ten-day cycling holiday. He explores near-distant lands, makes unexpected acquaintances and most importantly, … Continue reading

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Dissecting Mayor Ford’s Jarvis Letter – Dave Meslin

dandyhorse magazine’s founding publisher Dave Meslin responds to the letter Mayor Ford sent to everyone who e-mailed him concerning the motion to remove bicycle lanes from Jarvis Street: Hundreds of cyclists, concerned about their personal safety, have been e-mailing their … Continue reading

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Wrenching for Communities with The Bicycle Commons

By Bryen Dunn Photos by Colleen Kirley The Bicycle Commons is a not-for-profit (NFP) initiative that grew out of a volunteer-based pilot project for St. James Town and Regent Park youth in 2010. During the course of the pilot, the … Continue reading

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