A Do-Able Danforth

Image by &Co. architects from our spring 2010 issue. A Do-able Danforth A safer route for cyclists means a stronger community By Steve Brearton ~This story originally appeared in our spring 2010 issue. You can buy it here.~

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The Danforth Stripes Back

  The Danforth Stripes Back  by Jake Allderdice, from issue 6 Talk to someone from Canada’s east or west coast about the hills in Toronto, and you’re likely to get a raised eyebrow in response. Fact is, we’re pretty lucky … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting Bloor Part Two from our new issue

From the summer 2016 issue of dandyhorse magazine: get dandy or subscribe here. Finally, after years of community effort Torontonians will be able to ride safely along Bloor with the installation of a partially protected bike lane pilot project on … Continue reading

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Bells on Danforth Recap 2016

Story and Photos by Robert Zaichkowski Bells on Danforth painting The fifth annual Bells on Danforth ride took place on Saturday, June 25 and started at the Prince Edward Viaduct Parkette across from Castle Frank TTC station. Approximately 500 cyclists gathered … Continue reading

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City Cyclist at it again: Bike lanes on Bloor and on-street parking

City Cyclist at it again: Bike lanes on Bloor and on-street parking dandyhorse readers who want a little insight into how contributor City Cyclist does what he does will enjoy this review: he describes his his GoPro, and why he … Continue reading

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