dandy Scotland part 2: The oldest working bicycle in the world

A bike-tastic visit to the Riverside Transport Museum dandyhorse magazine publisher Tammy Thorne recently visited Scotland. While there, she discovered that the bicycle is an important part of the country’s rich history and current culture. After a weekend in Crieff … Continue reading

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dandy Scotland part 3: Around Towns

Danny’s vintage bike above was also featured in a past winter issue of dandyhorse. dandy Scotland part 3: Around Town From the County of Perth to the Kingdom of Fife Story by Tammy Thorne Photos by Tammy Thorne, Fiona McGarva … Continue reading

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dandy Scotland part 4: A wee wobble on the cobbles

Edinburgh castle, above. This is the final post in a series of photo-based blogs about dandy Tammy’s trip to Scotland. Roll or stroll: A wee wobble on the cobbles is the way to see Scotland’s two major cities WARNING for … Continue reading

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dandyCommute: Chris Sleath of Dynamo Works in Scotland

Send us your dandyCommute story for our series and you could win an Opus bike at the end of 2013! Send us your super commute story today for your chance to win bike swag.

 dandyCommute: Stockbridge village in Edinburgh Text … Continue reading

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Story of a bike type in Scotland

Dynamo Works hand prints limited edition, cycling themed screenprint posters by dandyhorse staff photos courtesy of Chris Sleath Chris Sleath is a Scotland-based printer who really likes bikes. dandyhorse asked him about the bike life in Scotland and what it’s … Continue reading

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