Toronto Bike Show is this weekend

  Hundreds of bike enthusiasts will be checking out the latest in bike tech, competing in BMX, and looking for deals at the Toronto International Bike Show this weekend. The 2016 Spring Toronto Bike Show is March 4-6 at the … Continue reading

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Folding bikes for condo living and downtown commuting: What’s new in foldies

  The Salamander, above, by Guelph-based WIKE. Folding bikes for condo living and downtown commuting: What’s new in foldie technology Story by Derek Rayside Images provided by manufacturers Folding bikes are a great option for city living: you can take … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: Major Taylor the first black professional cyclist

To mark the end of Black History Month here’s our dandyARCHIVE: Major Taylor the “Fastest Bicycle Rider in the World.” UPDATE: There’s a new mural to honour Marshall “Major” Taylor in Richmond, Virginia, that was painted for the Road World … Continue reading

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Kickstarter and kickstands: Bike innovators aren’t shy when it comes to asking for money online

Kickstarter and kickstands: Bike innovators aren’t shy when it comes to asking for money online Story by Jun Nogami Photos of Jun by Danny Guthrie, other photos supplied by manufacturers Crowdfunding has been an interesting way to get a wide … Continue reading

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2016 Toronto Bike Awards recap

Constable Hugh Smith (who was a dandyhorse contributor for our safety series) was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award at this year’s Toronto Bike Awards. 2016 Toronto Bike Awards by Robert Zaichkowski While the stormy conditions of Wednesday, February 24 … Continue reading

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