New waterfront park at Ontario Place

Despite the high water levels, riding along the shoreline of Lake Ontario just got that much sweeter. Trillium Park, the city’s newest park, and the William G. Davis Trail, the new multi-use paved trail which winds through the park, is … Continue reading

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Winter Cycling Congress Recap

This story originally appeared on  Two Wheeled Politics.  By: Robert Zaichkowski What is the first thing that comes to mind regarding winter cycling? Some believe nobody bikes in winter, yet year-round cycling has become so popular it has its own … Continue reading

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Vision Zero Comes To Toronto

Image from the City of Toronto  Vision Zero Comes To Toronto  By Taylor Moyle No loss of life is acceptable. This is the mantra behind Vision Zero, an international movement started in Sweden in 1994 to eliminate traffic fatalities. The … Continue reading

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Q & A With Cathy Crowe

Illustration by Steve Murray Q & A with Cathy Crowe Story by Tammy Thorne This story is from a previous issue of dandyhorse magazine. Cathy Crowe is now currently trying to get the City of Toronto to open up the … Continue reading

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Bloor Bike Spotting Part Three from our new issue

From the summer 2016 issue of dandyhorse magazine: get dandy or subscribe here. Finally, after years of community effort Torontonians will be able to ride safely along Bloor with the installation of a partially protected bike lane pilot project on … Continue reading

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