10 ways to make Toronto a more bike-friendly city: from NOW Magazine

    Street art in Paris (where there’s true velo love) image from this blog, Tuxboard. … In the latest issue of NOW magazine, Associate News Editor Enzo DiMatteo lists ten ways to improve Toronto for cyclists. We loved it so much … Continue reading

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Report from the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee, May 16

New pathway connections are planned for the Bikeway Trails Plan. Bike plan takes a turn down the garden path at City Hall Story 
by Samantha Edwards
, photo from Toronto.ca Toronto cyclists are likely to get a much more scenic ride, … Continue reading

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Bells on Bloor Bike Month Event

A past Bells on Bloor event brought out hundreds of cyclists out for a ride. June is Bike Month and Bells on Bloor is just one of many events happening across the city Story by Kaitlyn Kochany Photo by Martin … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting: How would you make the Danforth safer?

This Bike Spotting originally appeared in our Spring 2011 issue of dandyhorse. dandyARCHIVE–How would you make the Danforth safer? Photos by Nana Arbova, interviews by Tammy Thorne Debora Puricelli: I recommend that everyone have a lighthearted view on the road. … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: Fur flies when Yorkville weasels out of a bike lane

This story first appeared in our Spring 2010 issue. Get that issue here. Does the “mink mile” measure up? Fur flies when Yorkville weasels out of a bike lane Story by Albert Koehl, illustration by Dave Murray … “Would it … Continue reading

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