Delivering bread in Cairo by bike. This story was originally published fall 2011 in dandyhorse Vol. 2 Issue 4, the Food issue. No matter what food you like best, there’s a bicycle designed to deliver it to your door. by Sarah B. Hood … Continue reading
Infographic courtesy of Enzo Dimatteo from NOW Magazine’s Mean Streets feature By Evan Morrison Montreal is a fantastic city. From it’s glorious old architecture to its beautiful scenery, it’s a no brainer as to why the city is busting with … Continue reading
Cycling to Asylum Book Launch at Handlebar Photos by Claire McFarlane, story by Tammy Thorne Su Sokol launched her book, Cycling to Asylum, in Toronto last week and dandyhorse magazine was there to check it out. The New York City-transplant-to-Montreal’s book is … Continue reading
Book Review: Cycling to Asylum Reading Tuesday, Sept. 23 at Handlebar, with discussion to follow about what a cycling Utopia in Toronto would look like by Derek Chadbourne Except for the life and times of Major Taylor, books on cycling … Continue reading
Bicycle map of the Island of Montreal and surrounding districts, 1897. Flashback Friday: Mapping the future of bike lanes By Alex Chronopoulos It’s no wonder Montréal is a leading bike city; they’ve been planning since 1897.