International Bike Spotting – Olga Haliuk

To help us get through the next couple of colder months, dandyhorse is profiling cyclists from around the world! Folks who love to cycle here in Toronto and further afield will give us insight into what it’s like to cycle in … Continue reading

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Winter Cycling Tips from Copenhagenize

Photos and Words from Copenhagenize As we have discussed a number of times here at dandyhorse, winter cycling can be a precarious business. What makes a good all-year cycling city? The infrastructure innovators at Copehagenize weighed in on the debate. We previously … Continue reading

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How Bike Lanes Get Installed in Toronto

Photo of the Queen’s Park Cycle Track getting built courtesy of the City of Toronto. How Bike Lanes Get Installed in Toronto By Claire McFarlane This story was originally published on Torontoist. From a distance, installing bike lanes might seem … Continue reading

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Colours For Conservation art show and competition: posters by OCAD students at Patagonia in December

Patagonia Toronto has teamed up with more than 70 first year design students from OCAD to raise awareness about at-risk landscapes and conservation efforts in Ontario. The images will be on display throughout December  at Patagonia, with a launch event … Continue reading

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