Q+A with Copenhagenize urban planner James Thoem

  Now that we have had  some time to process the bad dream that was the American election results we can get back to fighting the good fight. The one about  making cities more accessible and welcoming to cyclists. Earlier this week we … Continue reading

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Six Things We Learned from Ryerson’s Cycling Report

Six Things We Learned from Ryerson’s Cycling Report Here’s what you need to know about cycling patterns in the GTA. By Cayley James ~ This story originally appeared on Torontoist. ~ Ryerson University recently released a report that is the … Continue reading

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dandyhorse autumn newsletter is here

The dandyhorse autumn newsletter is here. You can subscribe to the dandyhorse newsletter here. It’s free! This newsletter recaps bike news and views from the past month on dandyhorsemagazine.com and features our two new series Peter’s routes (pictured above) and … Continue reading

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Peter’s Commute: Brockton Village to Distillery

Follow Peter Harte as he commutes from one end of the city to the other through all seasons and shares his recommendations on the safest, smoothest, and fastest routes in this dandy series. You can read this first installment here, the … Continue reading

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