The Polite Pedallers: Sharing vs Caring

The Polite Pedallers Sharing 1, Caring 0 ~This story originally appeared in issue 5 of dandyhorse. ~ Dear Polite Pedallers, There are some bicycle markings on the narrow part of College Street in Little Italy that appear to be directing … Continue reading

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On the inconsistency of sharrows: Opinion

View From the Gutter On the inconsistency of sharrows Opinion by Jake Allderdice ~ Originally published in issue 4, spring 2010, of dandyhorse magazine ~ Back in 2009, a crew of Toronto city workers painted a row of bike stencils … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting: What’s your favourite bike lane?

On a glorious July afternoon we set up camp at St. George and Bloor to ask folks what their favourite bike lane is in the city. Cassius Adelaide. I like the separation they have with the planters on the west side … Continue reading

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dandyCommute: Downtown via Shaw Street Sharrows

Story and photos by Anthony Rotolo Description: I ride to and from work Monday to Friday all year round. It is 2.5 kilometres and takes me about 10 minutes. My route does not have bike lanes, but Shaw Street has … Continue reading

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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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