Farewell to Rob Ford

Rob Ford, 1969 – 2016. Photographed in 2010 by Dana Lacey. Farewell to Rob Ford A controversial and contrary man, former mayor Rob Ford nonetheless got us talking about bikes. With his sweeping dismissals of bike lanes and cycling in … Continue reading

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dandy Scotland part 2: The oldest working bicycle in the world

A bike-tastic visit to the Riverside Transport Museum dandyhorse magazine publisher Tammy Thorne recently visited Scotland. While there, she discovered that the bicycle is an important part of the country’s rich history and current culture. After a weekend in Crieff … Continue reading

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Flashback Friday: Bike messenger delivers bikes to Middle East refugee camp

Austin Horse helps assemble bikes he brought to the Azraq refugee camp. Bike messenger delivers bikes to Middle East refugee camp Photos courtesy of Austin Horse, Story by Keegan Stephan For this week’s flashback Friday dandyhorse wanted to share this rare … Continue reading

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SERIES: Exiting Toronto by bike – Entering/Exiting Guadalajara & Mexico City

SERIES: Exiting Toronto by bike – Entering/Exiting Guadalajara & Mexico City Story and photos by Alix Aylen My partner, Bobby, and I rode into Guadalajara with the excitement of two urbanites who had been living in the desert and rural … Continue reading

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Elizabeth May on proportional representation: Interview by Dave Meslin

Illustration of Elizabeth May on an old fashioned trike by Jeff Carson, from our new issue. Four years ago, 15 million Canadians took time out of their day to vote in our federal election and four per cent of them chose … Continue reading

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