Spotted: The Need for More Bike Parking

Spotted: Jam-Packed Bike Parking What: Busy bike racks. Where: The Art Gallery of Ontario and 401 Richmond. Why we think it’s dandy: Overflowing bike racks remind us of the number of riders in the city and the need for infrastructure to keep up … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: Bike Spotting on Bloor – Do you shop by bike?

Check out our Bike Spotting on Bloor where we asked: Do you shop by bike? Yvonne Bambrick and Tammy Thorne found out that, yes, EVERYONE is shopping by bike! This bike spotting originally appeared in our Spring 2011 issue of … Continue reading

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New secure bike parking facilities at CBC celebrated

Ribbon cutting at CBC’s new bike parking facility on Jan. 26 with (from left) event co-organizer and BUG co-ordinator Paddi-Anne Crossin, MP Olivia Chow, EVP English Services Kirstine Stewart, City Councillor Adam Vaughan and event MC, radio host Jeff Douglas. … Continue reading

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Corralling business support for bike parking

by Fred Sztabinski illustration by Chris Simonen This story originally appeared in dandyhorse volume 4, issue 1, Spring 2011. Purchase this issue here. Bike boxes, cycle tracks and sharrows are examples of new bike facilities that have emerged in North … Continue reading

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Toronto’s Bike Corral Pilot Expands to Kensington Market

Story by Duncan Hurd Photo by Hyedie Hashimoto At the corner of Augusta Avenue and Nassau Street in Kensington Market a short stretch of on-street parking has been transformed into a space for 16 securely locked bicycles. The second addition … Continue reading

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