International Bike Spotting – Jenn in Oshawa on biking while pregnant

 To help us get through the next couple of colder months, dandyhorse is profiling cyclists from around the world! Folks who love to cycle here in Toronto and further afield will give us insight into what it’s like to cycle in … Continue reading

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Q & A With Cathy Crowe

Illustration by Steve Murray Q & A with Cathy Crowe Story by Tammy Thorne This story is from a previous issue of dandyhorse magazine. Cathy Crowe is now currently trying to get the City of Toronto to open up the … Continue reading

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Let it snow – New contract could mean bare pavement on priority bike lanes

Sherbourne Cycle track, photo by Jeff Carson by Amelia Brown Last year, the City of Toronto renewed it’s snow clearance contract, which saw some positive developments in tactics to handle winter maintenance for bicycle lanes.

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Toronto’s bike race on ice: Icycle 2015

Icycle 2015 Photos by Andrew Bacchus For the 14th year in a row the Icycle ice bike race stormed Toronto. Presented by The Bike Joint and held at the Dufferin Grove arena, it was a great event featuring lots of … Continue reading

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Review of Frostbike: New book about winter cycling from Calgary

Is it winter cycling, or just winter? A review of Frostbike by Tom Babin Story by Jeff Carson For Tom Babin, writer, journalist and bike blogger, the central question at the heart of his book, Frostbike, seems simple enough: Is … Continue reading

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