The Reading Line 2017 Ride is Saturday August 26

  The folks behind The Reading Line want to make the city a better place, one street (well, trail in this year’s case) and one book at a time. This year’s book ride encourages participants to reflect on the benefits of … Continue reading

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Spotted: Canada Post Bike Lane Stamp

What: Canada Post Bike Lane Stamp editorial cartoon by Theo Moudakis. Where/When: In the Toronto Star after Canada Post announced officially it would stop parking in the bike lane (woo!). Why we think it’s dandy: Because parking in the bike lane is … Continue reading

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Thinking About Family Biking in North York

Photo: Aaron Orkin and his kids ride their Butchers & Bicycles MK1-E family sport trike with electric assist in The Annex By Derek Rayside Toronto City Council has been debating a proposal to put bike lanes on the Yonge Street corridor in … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Laneways

Let’s Talk About Laneways … and why they are no substitute for a bike lane network New ‘Laneways as Bikeways’ project draws ire from some in the cycling community Story and photos by Robert Zaichkowski. ~ Originally posted in Two Wheeled … Continue reading

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dandyhorse summer newsletter is here

The latest edition of the dandyhorse newsletter is out and about! You can check it out here. This edition recaps what we’ve been up to for the summer so far and recaps the amazing BikeFACE! photo essay we were lucky … Continue reading

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