Bike plan implementation in Toronto is too slow

Illustration by Warren Wheeler Tracking Toronto’s Bike Plan Implementation (be prepared to be disappointed) Only six percent of new bike plan implemented by end of year two by Albert Koehl and Robert Zaichkowski As 2018 begins, the cycling community can celebrate … Continue reading

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The Polite Pedallers: Sharing vs Caring

The Polite Pedallers Sharing 1, Caring 0 ~This story originally appeared in issue 5 of dandyhorse. ~ Dear Polite Pedallers, There are some bicycle markings on the narrow part of College Street in Little Italy that appear to be directing … Continue reading

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Spotted: Missing Bike Lanes

Spotted: Missing Bike Lanes! Where: All over the city. When: After the first real snow fall this winter. Why we think it’s dandy: It reminds us how important it is that we have separated bicycle infrastructure that works all year … Continue reading

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dandyhorse newsletter is out and about

    The Bicycle Sukkah of Parkdale photo by Bouke Salverda. The latest edition of the dandyhorse newsletter is out now. Read it here. Sign up to get the dandyhorse newsletter in your inbox here. The dandyhorse newsletter recaps the … Continue reading

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Spotted: Updated Bike Map Mural at Fix Coffee + Bikes

Spotted: Bike map mural at Fix Coffee + Bikes. What: Updated with new lines because there are new bike lanes in Toronto (Yay!) on Bloor, Woodbine and there are also now contraflow lanes through Kensington Market too. Why we think … Continue reading

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