International bike spotting – Alison Piper

To help us get through the next couple of colder months, dandyhorse is going to be profiling cyclists from around the world! Folks who love to cycle, here in Toronto and further afield, will give us insight into what it’s like … Continue reading

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dandySWAG: Bike Lights Review

Image by Gary Davidson from our new issue, at better bike and book shops now. dandySWAG: Bike Lights Review A couple dandies got to try out some of the swag we had from our spread in dandyhorse issue 13. Gary … Continue reading

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Six Bike Lanes That Could Help Connect The GTA

Photo by Corey Horowitz from our Finch Hydro Corridor post. Six Suburban Bike Lanes That Could Help Connect The GTA By Claire McFarlane  This story was originally published on Torontoist. For many suburbanites, the commute to downtown Toronto can be hellish, … Continue reading

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New Complete Streets book launched at Ryerson University by TCAT

Complete Streets research team from left to right: Nancy Smith Lea, Brandon Quigley, Anna Ingebrigtsen, Neil Loewen, and Rakim Mitra. Photo by Tamara Nahal New Complete Streets book launched at Ryerson University by TCAT Story by Yvonne Verlinden The Toronto … Continue reading

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Cycle Toronto Ward 14 Meeting on April 7th

  Cycle Toronto Ward 14 is hosting a meeting at Parkdale Library on Thursday, April 7 to touch base with the community on the Bloor Loves Bikes campaign, and the Ten-Year Cycling Network Plan. It will be followed by a … Continue reading

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