Accessible Cycling is Better Together

Cycling should be accessible for all! Bike designers are looking into ways to best meet the needs of every kind of cyclist. Derek Rayside, an all season rider and activist based in Toronto with a penchant for tandems, points out the best rides … Continue reading

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Cycle Toronto AGM 2017

On March 30 Cycle Toronto had its annual general meeting to celebrate a year of good work and look ahead to the future of cycling in the GTHA. Cycle Toronto’s Jared Kolb Cycle Toronto AGM 2017 at the Garrison  Story … Continue reading

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The Ministry of Four Wheels Doesn’t Care if you get Doored

Illustration by Warren Wheeler for issue 2 of dandyhorse. Story by Albert Koehl This story originally appeared on Torontoist. Bam! You’ve been doored. You land awkwardly, and hard, on the asphalt. Luckily there are no passing cars or trucks. You … Continue reading

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Does particulate matter matter?

Story by Tammy Thorne and Cayley James The benefits of cycling far outweigh the risks. That’s the introductory slide for the summary presentation for new research regarding particulate matter in the bike lane. Last month, U of T professor Marianne … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting: Do you shop on Bloor?

The Bloor Bike Lane pilot project has been installed for about six months now. Since its installation local businesses have cited a drop in sales because of the loss of on street parking.The city released a survey last week to gauge the public’s reception of … Continue reading

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