Flashback Friday: Pushing up St. Clair

Flashback Friday By Claire McFarlane This photo of a woman about to walk her bike up a muddy hill on St. Clair Avenue West was taken in 1907 and was pulled from the Toronto Archives. Although biking conditions on most … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: Curb Your Enthusiasm – no snow clearance in bike lanes

Plowed, ice-filled snow blocks the College Street bike lane east of Spadina in the winter of 2008. Photo by Martin Reis. ~ This story was originally published in February 2012 as part of our dandyWINTER issue that year. ~  CURB … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: Hot bike booties

~ originally published on the dandyBLOG, February 2011~ By Megan Siegel Photos by Nana Arbova Cycling in the winter can be painful – especially if you forgot to wear your mittens. And on the really cold days, even gloves won’t … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: Copenhagen to Helsinki

dandyARCHIVE Copenhagen to Helsinki Story and Photos Briana Illingworth In 2007, I decided to do a solo bike trip through southern Sweden, from Copenhagen to Helsinki. It took me about six weeks to prepare, and though I ended up with … Continue reading

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Bikes and zines! Independent media and independent transportation go together

Ian Sullivan Cant of Broken Pencil talks to dandyhorse about cycling, zines, and the upcoming Canzine festival (in Toronto on Oct. 20.) Photo by Nyree MacPherson Can you tell dandyhorse readers a bit about Broken Pencil? How long you’ve been … Continue reading

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