Phase Two of Toronto’s 10-year cycling plan renewal project invites input

Photo banner from the Toronto Cycling Network Plan website. Phase Two of Toronto’s 10-year cycling plan renewal project invites input By dandyhorse staff As part of phase two of Toronto’s 10-year Cycling Network plan city planners are asking residents of … Continue reading

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Heavy Metal in the Bike Lane: Meet Priya Panda

Heavy Metal in the Bike Lane: Meet Priya Panda, on the cover of dandyhorse magazine Photos courtesy of Mike Ford We are very pleased Priya Panda, lead singer of Diemonds and member of the band She Demons, is on the cover … Continue reading

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Bike lane closed for Pan Am Games: City says no detour provided due to ‘short distance’ of inconvenience

A sign erected on June 25 indicates the closure of the Hoskin bike lane for two months. Key connector bike lane closed during Pan Am Games City says no alternate route provided due to ‘short distance’ of inconvenience Story and … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting at Queen’s Park: Do you like this new protected bike lane?

Bike Spotting at Queens Park: Do you like this new protected bike lanes? Photos by Claire McFarlane, interviews by Evan Morrison The city recently installed a bi-directional bike lane on Queen’s Park Crescent between Hoskin Avenue and Wellseley Street. The … Continue reading

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Bike lanes on Bloor on the back burner again?

Illustration by Ness Lee from our June 2014 issue. Note, the numbers in the illustration are no longer current due to the City’s new method of counting. One thing is constant though: Bike lanes are always something we’ll get “next … Continue reading

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