dandyARCHIVE: Kevin Cyr paints and constructs RV-bike hybrids

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Artist profile Rob Collinet

Artist profile Rob Collinet Riding on rainbows Rob Collinet designs Toronto- and bike-focused art and often puts that art on T-shirts. He recently created a Blue Jays logo with a raccoon. Rob is a bon vivant bicyclist and artist about … Continue reading

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Making art out of everyday infrastructure: Q&A on bike lock-ups with Marianne Lovink and Scott Eunson

Scott Eunson and Marianne Lovink with one of their Bike Plant designs at Edward Gardens. Photo by Stefan Weber (courtesy of Toronto Botanical Garden) While we debate the scope and location of cycling support in Toronto, two artists have added … Continue reading

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Recap of the 2015 Toronto International Bike Show

Recap of the 2015 Toronto International Bike Show Photos by Claire McFarlane Last weekend, the annual Toronto International Bike Show was held at Exhibition Place, showcasing some of the most interesting and exciting innovations in cycling tech, skills and culture. … Continue reading

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Low Speed, High Stakes: Bike Cops comedy hopes to win CBC’s Comedy Coup

Low Speed, High Stakes: Bike Cops comedy hopes to win CBC’s Comedy Coup Story by Jeff Carson Picture this: Toronto’s new mayor has a plan to improve the city’s bike lanes (gasp!). To show off the new routes the mayor … Continue reading

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