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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BikeFACE: Kate Davis

Rider Statement KATE DAVIS: “Cycling is my favourite mode of transportation. I ride all through the city, commute to work, and use my bike to explore nearby paths when I need a break. I love the feeling of being on … Continue reading

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BikeFACE: A photo essay

BikeFACE! dandyhorse is pleased to present the photo essay BikeFACE! by Marc Bernhard In 1890s Europe and North America, the bicycle was gaining popularity as a means of transportation, recreational activity and sport. However, medical opinion about the health benefits … Continue reading

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dandyhorse newsletter is here

The latest installment of the dandyhorse newsletter is out …and about everything we’ve reported on pretty much over the last month or so. You can check it out here. You can sign up for future dandyhorse newsletters here. SPECIAL for … Continue reading

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Join our Bike Spotting crew and help get cyclists voices heard

Lela Englar shot while riding her Shadowland ticket table on her converted ice cream bike on Toronto Islands. Photo by Yvonne Bambrick from our cargo Bike Spotting session in the Food Issue. Bike Spotting is a dandy tradition. Since we … Continue reading

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