dandyARCHIVE: City’s Chief Planner Likes Bikes

Photo by Molly Crealock dandyARCHIVE: City’s Chief Planner Likes Bikes Jennifer Keesmaat says separated bike lanes on Eglinton are a good idea From our 2013 safety issue Interview by Tammy Thorne

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Don’t fall for fall: Watch out for leaves in the bike lane

Don’t fall for fall: Watch ouf for leaves in the bike lane by Amelia Brown Autumn in Toronto is wonderful. The trees turn fiery orange and drop their beautiful leaves, which get toasted and crunchy in the sun. That warm … Continue reading

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Why Montreal is great for biking

Infographic courtesy of Enzo Dimatteo from NOW Magazine’s Mean Streets feature By Evan Morrison Montreal is a fantastic city. From it’s glorious old architecture to its beautiful scenery, it’s a no brainer as to why the city is busting with … Continue reading

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Coalition pushes for law to protect vulnerable road users

Right to Left: David Stark (holding photo of late wife Erica who was killed while walking their dog), Li Yu (with photo of late friend Zhi Yong Kang, cyclist), Maisie Leblanc (with photo of Edouard, cyclist), Linda Tushingham and her … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting on College – What are your thoughts on the ‘dooring’ fine increase?

Sandra parking her bike on College while having a chat with dandyhorse Bike Spotting on College – What are your thoughts on the new ‘dooring’ fine increase? Interviews by Evan Morrison, photos by Claire McFarlane The rules of the road are … Continue reading

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