Cycling, Equity and Health in Scarborough

Cycling, Equity and Health in Scarborough by Yvonne Verlinden On a typical day at the Scarborough Cycles bike hubs, brakes get tightened, tires get pumped, chains get oiled and hands get a little bit dirty. Youth learn bike repair skills while volunteering … Continue reading

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Ordinary Spokes volunteer wants to see everyone on a bike

dandyARCHIVE: Melody McKiver  Ordinary Spokes volunteer wants to see everyone on a bike Story by Tammy Thorne Illustration by Irma Kniivila  ~ This story first appeared in issue 9, our youth and employment issue from 2012 ~ When I started … Continue reading

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dandyhorse September newsletter

Photo by Mike Ford (from our cover shoot.) The dandyhorse newsletter is here! Read a recap of what we’ve been up to so far this September and a reminder to come out to see us at Word on the Street … Continue reading

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July newsletter is here!

Part of our coverage this month included covering various events throughout the city for Bike Month and a sneak-peek into our latest print issue.  dandyhorse July newsletter has arrived!

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Bike Spotting at Queen’s Park: Do you like this new protected bike lane?

Bike Spotting at Queens Park: Do you like this new protected bike lanes? Photos by Claire McFarlane, interviews by Evan Morrison The city recently installed a bi-directional bike lane on Queen’s Park Crescent between Hoskin Avenue and Wellseley Street. The … Continue reading

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