Photoblog: Green Living Show 2016

Electric-powered biking is popular again this year with lightweight, portable, and anti-theft innovations that are made for Toronto cyclists. It isn’t too late to check out the 2016 Green Living Show, Sunday, April 17 is the last day to take advantage of show … Continue reading

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Protecting vulnerable road users protects all of us

Photo by Albert Koehl Opinion by Albert Koehl When a pedestrian or cyclist is killed or seriously injured, news media often focus on whether the motorist will be charged. It’s as if charges are supposed to assure the community that … Continue reading

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Op-ed in the Star lacks journalistic standards

Letter writer Liz Sutherland, above, rides her bicycle around Toronto on a daily basis and volunteers with Cycle Toronto. Photo by Hyedie Hashimoto. Retort letter: Lack of journalistic standards evident in Star’s Wheels opinion piece last weekend Liz Sutherland wrote … Continue reading

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Coldest (not really) Day of the Year Ride 2016

Coldest (not really) day of the year ride Photo essay by Yvonne Bambrick Text by dandyhorse staff

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Bikes are good for business: New Lansdowne bike lane announced at Cycle Toronto Ward 18 event

From left to right: Ana Bailao, Nancy Smith Lea, Matthew Lynch, Yvonne Bambrick, Jared Kolb, Liza Lukashevsky Bikes are good for business: New Lansdowne bike lane announced at Cycle Toronto Ward 18 event This story was originally posted on the blog … Continue reading

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