Why Montreal is great for biking

Infographic courtesy of Enzo Dimatteo from NOW Magazine’s Mean Streets feature By Evan Morrison Montreal is a fantastic city. From it’s glorious old architecture to its beautiful scenery, it’s a no brainer as to why the city is busting with … 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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SERIES: Exiting Toronto by bike – Exiting Montreal by Bike and Le p’tit train du nord

SERIES: Exiting Toronto by bike – Exiting Montreal by Bike and Le p’tit train du nord Story and photos by Alix Aylen When comparing bike infrastructure in Toronto to cities around the world, people often lean on the old weather … Continue reading

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Flashback Friday: Heels on Wheels with Sook-Yin Lee

Heels on Wheels: Sook-Yin Lee of the of the CBC Photos by Molly Crealock, Interview by Tammy Thorne About one year ago today we visited the dandyARCHIVE on the dandyBLOG with this Heels on Wheels profile of CBC personality Sook-Yin … Continue reading

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The Ride for Real Food 2015

Amy Ness will be riding with Team “Co-Op Cred” in the Ride for Real Food this Sunday The Ride for Real Food 2015: Meet Team “Co-op Cred” Story and Photos by Sonya Allin

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