Flashback Friday: Potholes in Bloom

Photo by Matt Talsma Flashback Friday: Potholes in Bloom As we launch our Instagram page (@dandyhorsemagazine), we’re having a creative pothole photo contest. Tag dandyhorse in your funny, alarming, thought-provoking or otherwise interesting pothole photos for a chance to win … Continue reading

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Let it snow – New contract could mean bare pavement on priority bike lanes

Sherbourne Cycle track, photo by Jeff Carson by Amelia Brown Last year, the City of Toronto renewed it’s snow clearance contract, which saw some positive developments in tactics to handle winter maintenance for bicycle lanes.

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City removing abandoned bikes this week

Good riddance! — Photo by Tammy Thorne by Amelia Brown In certain areas of the city abundant with ring-and-post bike locks, the parking situation is still scarce. Abandoned bikes and bare frames that have been scavenged for parts are sitting derelict, taking up … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting on Bloor: Do we need bike lanes on Bloor?

Photos by Andrew Bacchus Interviews by Amelia Brown Bike lanes on Bloor street are a fabled dream for many cyclists who have to get from one side of the city to the other. It makes sense, on the longest east-west … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting on St. George – Back to School

Chelsea Good, smiling on her ride, while stopping to have a quick chat with dandyhorse Back to School Bike Spotting on St. George – Why do you choose to cycle to school/work? What could be done to make your commute safer? … Continue reading

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