Octogenarian Joanne Young promotes pedal and people power

  Joanne Young at her home in Parkdale wearing a “Moosonee Voice Of Women” sweater. She participated in a protest in Moose Factory against an Ontario hydro facility proposed there in the late 80s. Photo by Molly Crealock Forever Young … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: Cycle track vs. Separated lane

CYCLE TRACK vs. SEPARATED LANE New ‘protected’ bike lane on Sherbourne provides parking opportunity ~This article originally appeared in our Summer 2013 ‘safety’ issue. ~ by Derek Chadbourne According to the National Association of City Transportation Officials, a cycle track … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: Rolling stop yields better safety

  Rolling stop yields better safety “The ‘Idaho stop’ is safer and has encouraged a greater enshrinement of cycling rights.” Story by Todd Aalgaard, Photo by Vic Gedris ~This article appears in the safety-themed summer 2013 issue (#10) of dandyhorse. … Continue reading

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Mapping Biking and Bikeability in Toronto

BikeScoreTM (map pictured above) was developed by a cycling research group at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia. This map is explained further at the end of this article. …. The Toronto Cycling Think & Do Tank is a research … Continue reading

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The Safer Sex: Are women safer cyclists? + Letter to the editor

Illustration by Dushan Milic The Safer Sex: Data shows bicycling for transportation is safer for females  Story by Grant McLean ~ This story originally appeared in our current issue #10 as a sidebar with the feature “Safety Dance” by Sarah … Continue reading

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