Bikes on Air: interview with Kevin Sylvester

This article appeared in the first issue of dandyhorse in the summer of 2008. Get this issue here. Since this article first appeared the Ontario government has passed a law banning handheld cell phone use and distracted driving. By Tammy … Continue reading

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Bikeaholics not-so-anonymous: Saving the Jarvis lane

Jarvis Collegiate sits at the corner of Jarvis and Wellesley Streets, at the crux of two crucial bike lanes on Jarvis and Sherbourne. The obvious spatial significance made it a natural place for to congregate and organize. The Toronto Cyclists … Continue reading

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Doug Ford Doesn’t Like Books

Illustration by Clayton Hanmer (CTON) The above illustration first appeared in dandyhorse magazine issue 7 (aka the Food issue). Get it here. In the summer of 2011, then city councillor Doug Ford, a proponent of closing several Toronto library branches, responded … Continue reading

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Two wheels / one frozen city: a dandy dispatch on Winnipeg winter cycling

Two wheels / One frozen city Winter commuting in Winnipeg by bike Story by James Patterson Photos of James and his bike by Kristen Bromilow The original decision to start winter biking was a simple, unassuming one; as I was … Continue reading

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Join the dandyhorse team!

Casie Brown sporting Spectacular Rims from Volume 4, Issue 1. Photo by Mike Ford dandyhorse magazine is an arts and advocacy magazine for cyclists, based in Toronto with a circulation of 5,000 – 7,000. Our mandate is to encourage and … Continue reading

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