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INTERVIEW: Kendra Nicholson of Steam Whistle Brewing

A great interview plus a chance to win prizes! Kendra Nicholson is the community manager of Steam Whistle Brewing. Starting today, you could win 1/6 Steam Whistle gift packs! All you have to do is tell #dandySANTA what #bikeTO lanes you want for Christmas to win a @Steamwhistle prize pack. (Winners must be available to […]


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INTERVIEW: Nathan Kelly of Soulpepper

Another great interview in Dandyhorse: dandyhorse: Where do you work and why do you ride in winter? I create marketing content (photo, video and social media) for our shows (at Soulpepper), among other things. I ride my bike in the wintertime because even in -15 C, it’s still way better than the TTC. It’s fast, […]


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INTERVIEW: Kathleen Banville of Urbane Cyclist

The latest in Dandyhorse’s sereis of Christmas-themed interviews – today it’s Kathleen Banville of Urbane Cyclist. Since opening in 1997 as a bicycle repair shop, Urbane Cyclist Worker Co-op has grown into becoming one of the “most cycle-friendly hubs in downtown Toronto,” as described on their website. The shop carries many premium bikes including their own brand, Urbanite.As […]


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OH YEAH! Toronto might get a glow in the dark bike path

The amount of excitement I have about this is almost dirty.  Ha! A glow in the dark bike path might soon become a reality in Toronto. A similar path, installed in Amsterdam earlier this year, was a huge hit and the studio behind the project have initiated talks to create a Toronto version in time […]


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OH YEAH: Empowering Young People Through Bikes

Today, the average Toronto cyclist is a 35-year-old male who lives in the old City of Toronto and cycles in the West End along established bike lanes. But a non-profit organization is working to diversify the city’s cycling population. Charlie’s Free Wheels teaches young people how to build their own bikes and ride them safely, […]


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OH YEAH! Bike Finder uses SMA to find Bikeshare Toronto bikes!

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Need to find the closest Bike Share Toronto  station? Text your intersection to 647-559-0509 and Bike Finder will text back the location of the closest station, and how many docks are open. via Cycle Toronto – Need to find the closest Bike Share Toronto….


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OH YEAH: Why cycling is great for everyone – not just cyclists

At some point during most discussions about promoting cycling the question crops up: “Yeah, but some people don’t want to cycle or can’t cycle – how are bike lanes any use for them?” The answers are many and overwhelming. However, they can be hard to pin down. Luckily, someone has just done just that in […]


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OH YEAH! Latvian Cyclists Show How Much Space Cars Waste

To celebrate International No Car Day (Sept. 22), some clever Latvian bicyclists from the Let’s Bike It organization dressed their bikes up as automobiles in Riga to show how much space people waste when they commute by car instead of by bike. By hanging colorful car-sized frame from their bikes, they highlight just how absurd […]


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OH YEAH: Half-Price Niagara Bicycle and Wine Tasting Tours are back!

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Oh yeah.  The half-price Niagara Winery Bike Tours are back on Buytopia.  I bet biking in fall foilage and checking out all the ice wines is fun. Discover the charm and beauty of Niagara-on-the-Lake while riding on a very leisurely bicycle ride Stop at these award-winning wineries for structured wine tasting for all and an […]


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OH YEAH: Bike lanes have actually sped up car traffic in New York City

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Since 2007, New York City has added 31 miles of protected bike lanes — that is, lanes protected by a physical barrier, such as a row of parked cars or a curb. The main point of building protected lanes was to make biking in the city safer. But when the NYC Department of Transportation recently studied the […]


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