dandyhorse spring newsletter is here

The dandyhorse early spring newsletter has arrived! Our newsletter recaps what we’ve been up to for the past month or so. Read it here. Sign up to get the dandy newsletter delivered directly to your inbox here. Past newsletters can be … Continue reading

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Die-in at City Hall for Safe Streets

Die-in at City Hall Advocates demand safer streets for all by Jun Nogami Tonight, March 22, 2018, advocates for safe streets held a die-in at City Hall. About 200 people turned up to lie down. Organized by Friends and Families for … Continue reading

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City councillor pushing for slower speed limits on residential roads

City councillor pushing for slower speed limits on residential roads Story and photo by Jenna Campbell UPDATE: The report back on lower speed limits from transportation services will now be brought to the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee in April. … Continue reading

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Come out to BIKESTOCK 2014: Mark your calendars for Sept. 14

BIKESTOCK is a big idea. BIKESTOCK is a big party. BIKESTOCK is a first step to solving a big problem.

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Grate Expectations: Will City Act to Replace Unsafe Grates?

Story and photos by Lee Campbell Toronto’s 2001 Bike Plan gave the city clear direction to replace hazardous catch basin grates with bike-friendly alternatives, but as sharp-eyed or unlucky cyclists are well aware, there are still some out there waiting to … Continue reading

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