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Dandyhorse Launch Party Tonight

Dandyhorse Launch Party

Dandyhorse Magazine launches their latest issue tonight at Parts & Labour (1566 Queen West):

“Pants Optional” Launch Party

Come celebrate Toronto on Two Wheels

  • Music by DJ Triple-X
  • Lots of great prizes
  • Just $6 gets you a new magazine and pay-what-you-can donation (Dandyhorse is 100% volunteer-run).
  • I picked up a copy of the new Dandyhorse at Word on the Street and (in my opinion) it’s the best issue yet.  Great profiles and photos of Toronto cyclists from all walks of life (including some mayoral candidates) makes for a well written, well designed and easy read.

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