dandyARCHIVE: The Long Road To A Bike Path

Winona Gallop photo by Matthew Blackett The Long Road To A Bike Path The Modern History Of Bicycle Advocacy In Toronto By Steve Brearton ~ This article first appeared in dandyhorse’s Issue No 1, Summer 2008 ~ All Winona Gallop … Continue reading

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Review of This Road Continues One Block North

This Road Continues One Block North, by Christine Bruce Review by: Steve Brearton Photos from: Christine Bruce Cycling by its nature is a solitary pursuit: one person, one bike. Toronto boasts a rich cultural environment, but few have chronicled Toronto’s … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: Thank you Jack

Thank you Jack A tribute to Jack Layton’s contribution to cycling in Toronto by Steve Brearton Photos by Martin Reis This article originally appeared in the “Food issue” of dandyhorse magazine.   Jack Layton had two modes. Rooted in place, … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: A Cyclical History: Through the ages of Toronto’s bike history – updated

Mayor John Sewell about town. Photo courtesy of John Sewell. A Cyclical History: Through the ages of Toronto’s bike history Original text and updates by Steve Brearton ~ This article first appeared in dandyhorse’s Issue No 1, Summer 2008 ~ … Continue reading

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