Pre-Election Bike Plan Update

Pre-Election Bike Plan Update Story by Robert Zaichkowski and Albert Koehl At the current rate of installation, the City of Toronto is on track to complete its 10-year bicycle plan in 24 years — by 2049 instead of 2025. (See … Continue reading

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Late Summer Cycling and Storytelling in Toronto

Story and photos by Robert Zaichkowski Sunday, August 26, 2018, was a day of cycling and storytelling in the city. The Reading Line featured a book ride along the Prince Edward Viaduct (literally) bridging east and west Toronto, while BIKE MINDS held its … Continue reading

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dandyREVIEW – Building the Cycling City

Review by Robert Zaichkowski. Photos provided by Modacity. Over the past few years, members of Toronto’s cycling community have become connected with Melissa and Chris Bruntlett of the Modacity creative agency. Melissa, Chris, and their children Coralie and Etienne have … Continue reading

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Toronto VS Everybody Bike Month edition

Photo by Gary Davidson from the story Dykes on Bikes Bring Pedal Power to World Pride, in our 2014 print issue. Toronto vs. Everybody the Bike Month wrap edition By Tammy Thorne Something strange happened to me on Bike to … Continue reading

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Delivering a Message

Delivering a Message By Tammy Thorne (from summer 2008, issue 1 of dandyhorse) Photo Alex vs. Alex This delightful telegram below was addressed and delivered to me personally at a bicycle gathering by a bumbling French postman named Martin de la … Continue reading

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