Mennonite Mechanic: Car-free in the country (from our new issue)

Mennonite Mechanic: Car-free in the country (from our new print issue) Story by Evan Morrison Photos by Jose Sierra A horse may be faster (and can carry more than what fits in your pannier), but for many Mennonites deciding how … Continue reading

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July newsletter is here!

Part of our coverage this month included covering various events throughout the city for Bike Month and a sneak-peek into our latest print issue.  dandyhorse July newsletter has arrived!

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Bike lane closed for Pan Am Games: City says no detour provided due to ‘short distance’ of inconvenience

A sign erected on June 25 indicates the closure of the Hoskin bike lane for two months. Key connector bike lane closed during Pan Am Games City says no alternate route provided due to ‘short distance’ of inconvenience Story and … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting at Queen’s Park: Do you like this new protected bike lane?

Bike Spotting at Queens Park: Do you like this new protected bike lanes? Photos by Claire McFarlane, interviews by Evan Morrison The city recently installed a bi-directional bike lane on Queen’s Park Crescent between Hoskin Avenue and Wellseley Street. The … Continue reading

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