Bike Lane Dig Out Saturday February 16

Dundas St E looking west at Curzon St February 15, 2019. Photo credit: Michael Holloway, Ward 14 Bikes You’re Invited to the East End Bike Lane Dig Out Meet this Saturday, February 16 at 1 p.m. at the SW corner of … Continue reading

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A look at snow clearance in Toronto’s bike lanes

Snow clearance in the bike lane End of January 2019 report Words and pictures by Jun Nogami This past Monday and Tuesday, Toronto was hit with the biggest single snowfall of the 2018-2019 winter season so far. The city’s stated … Continue reading

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City Cyclist elated about new lanes, discouraged by design flaws

Check out the latest video – a ‘review’ of the new Richmond Adelaide bike lane extensions – by City Cyclist. City Cyclist elated about new lanes, discouraged by design flaws Special delivery from guest contributor, City Cyclist It’s great that … Continue reading

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Never mind the bollards

A busted bollard on Wellesley street after it was run over by a garbage truck. Photos by Jonah Brunet Never mind the bollards Garbage trucks + snow result in busted bollards in the bike lane by dandyhorse staff On February … Continue reading

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dandyhorse February newsletter is here

The dandyhorse newsletter is here! We recapped January’s events and dandy bike news, and then looked back further: this lovely “Sweaterbike” (above) by Canadian artist Janet Morton is from 1994. In January, we looked back on our winter cyclist series … Continue reading

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