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Dandyhorse: Feel The Wheel

Spare a thought this spring for your local wrench. Consider how Derek Chadbourne and Brad Annis of The Bike Joint on Harbord Street, east of Ossington Avenue, will spend their first perfect cycling days.

When they arrive at 8 a.m., two or three cyclists will already be waiting outside for repairs that will “just take a minute” (but decidedly don’t). That’s before they spend ten minutes clearing the 25 or so bikes weighing some 1,500-odd pounds from the shop floor to the sidewalk.

Next, they perform triage on the stream of bikes that will pour in all day.

Read the full post: “dandyARCHIVE: Feel The Wheel” on dandyhorse magazine .

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