New Contraflow Bike Lane connects you through Kensington Market

The new contraflow lanes through Kensington Market connect cyclists to the College Street lane in the north and the Richmond/Adelaide cycle tracks in the south (sort of.) Contraflow lanes come to Kensington by Ali McKellar More good news for Toronto … Continue reading

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The Danforth Stripes Back

  The Danforth Stripes Back  by Jake Allderdice, from issue 6 Talk to someone from Canada’s east or west coast about the hills in Toronto, and you’re likely to get a raised eyebrow in response. Fact is, we’re pretty lucky … Continue reading

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The awkward opposition to the Bloor bike lanes

Illustration by Warren Wheeler for dandyhorse magazine. The awkward ‘opposition’ to the Bloor bike lanes What’s all the ABBA noise about? By Albert Koehl The dilemma faced by local merchants who oppose the Bloor bike lane was obvious to cycling … Continue reading

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UPS launches cargo bike delivery in Toronto

UPS launches cargo bike delivery in Toronto Pilot project to start at York University by Joey Schwartz Toronto mayor John Tory and UPS Canada President Christopher Atz held a press conference on October 23, 2017, at Nathan Philips Square to … Continue reading

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Reflections on Bike to School Week 2017

The author’s daugther, above, is already looking forward to Bike to School Week next year. Bike to School Week 2017 is Becoming a Hallmark Bike Month Event dandyhorse contributor Sonya Allin says Bike to School celebrations this year were better … Continue reading

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