Happy Birthday! Toronto’s first bike lane turns 40

Happy Birthday! Toronto’s first bike lane turns 40 by Albert Koehl Toronto’s first bike lane is now 40 years old! When it was installed in the late summer of 1979 the bike lane on Poplar Plains Rd. might have signalled—despite … Continue reading

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dandyhorse newsletter is here with a look ahead in the bike lane

The dandyhorse newsletter has arrived. Our dandy newsletter recaps what we’ve been up to at dandyhorse for the last little while. This new year edition recaps our 2019 look ahead and our 2018 tally of bike lane installations. (Spoiler alert: … Continue reading

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Bike Plan Plods: It’s not too late to put the plan on course

Image by Warren Wheeler. Why can’t Toronto do bike lanes right? There’s still time to put our bike plan on course by Albert Koehl Cyclists who believe City Hall can be trusted to implement the 2016 bike plan haven’t been … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting: How do you feel riding on the Bloor bike lane?

We asked folks about at Bloor and Shaw how they felt riding on – and off – the new Bloor bike lane. Interviews by Sylvia Green. Photos by Amanda Giacomazzo. Andrea I like riding in the bike lane because I … Continue reading

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Peter’s Routes: The Gay Village to Queer West

Follow Peter Harte as he commutes from one end of the city to the other through all seasons and shares his recommendations on the safest, smoothest, and fastest routes in this dandy series. You can read his previous post here. … Continue reading

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