International Bike Spotting – Alan Carter

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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Bike Spotting Hoskin and Queen’s Park: How do you like the new protected bike lane?

We went bike spotting at the newly separated lanes on Hoskin east of St. George and asked cyclists what they thought of the improvements. The Montréal-style lane has cyclists riding closest to the curb with places where cars can park to … Continue reading

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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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Harbord and Shaw streets by bike for the first time

Harbord and Shaw intersection on a beautiful sunny fall day. Harbord and Shaw streets for the first time: destination Trinity Bellwoods park This is the fourth story in a continuing series about being a new cyclist in Toronto. Story and … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting: Do you want a protected bike lane on University?

Bike Spotting at University and College Photos by Claire McFarlane, Interviews by Sarah Greene We asked: Would you like protected bike lanes on University? L.C. Pharand No. Because there are parts of ‘separated’ bike lanes where cars are still able … Continue reading

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