The bike budget that pays for everything except bike lanes

The Bike Budget Explainer* We’d like to call this an *Explainer, but we can’t, because, well, it’s kind of inexplicable by Albert Koehl  Does Picasso paint Toronto’s bike lanes? You might think so when comparing the $11 million in capital spending … Continue reading

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Toronto Bike Show 2019

Words and pictures by Jun Nogami Today was the first day of the annual spring Toronto Bike Show. A lot of the trends that were apparent last year are continuing. There is a lot of activity in the e-bike area, … Continue reading

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The Make Den Maven: Irene Stickney on how fashion changed her life

~This story originally appeared in summer 2011, issue 9 of dandyhorse. We are reposting this article in memory of Karl Lagerfeld, long-time artistic director at Chanel, who has died today at age 85 near Paris. ~ Irene is pictured in … Continue reading

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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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dandyhorse newsletter is here with a look ahead in the bike lane

The dandyhorse newsletter has arrived. Our dandy newsletter recaps what we’ve been up to at dandyhorse for the last little while. This new year edition recaps our 2019 look ahead and our 2018 tally of bike lane installations. (Spoiler alert: … Continue reading

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