A love letter to Montreal

 The author and her stolen trike.  Story by Salima Punjani This post was originally featured on Cult MTL. This is a city where bikes get stolen. This isn’t exactly news. Speak with almost any cyclist living in Montreal, and they probably … Continue reading

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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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International Bike Spotting – Rune Gjøs, Head of Cycling in the City of Oslo

To help us get through the next couple of colder months, dandyhorse is profiling cyclists from around the world! Folks who love to cycle here in Toronto and further afield will give us insight into what it’s like to cycle in … Continue reading

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TTC drastically reduces number of bike racks on buses

  Was the “Rack it and Rocket” program designed to fail? Story by Jeff Carson On Oct. 16 the TTC was ordered by the Ministry of Labour to stop or limit use of bike racks on more than 90 per … Continue reading

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