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Books and Bikes: Dandyhorse at the Library

I was going downtown yesterday with my 3-year old in the bike trailer, so I dropped by the Toronto Reference Library to check out the new Dandyhorse Magazine display on the main floor of the library.

I took a few photos of Tammy and Amelia of Dandyhorse introducing one of Toronto’s newest cyclists (she has a balance bike right now) to the new issue.

Click through via the Dandyhorse link below to see more photos of the display, and consider subscribing to Dandyhorse, Toronto’s only bike magazine!

The love of both reading and riding has been a common theme for dandyhorse throughout each of our 10 issues. We are big fans of the Toronto Public Library, and were thrilled when they asked us to put dandyhorse magazine in the stacks at certain TPL locations.

Selected items from the latest dandyhorse will be on display starting Saturday, July 13 on the main floor of the Toronto Reference Library to celebrate our partnership with the Toronto Public Library and the launch of our Summer Safety Issue.

Read more: Books and Bikes: dandyhorse magazine available in the Toronto Public Library | dandyhorse magazine.

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The News Cycle for Friday, Nov. 11, 2011

Five Books on Bikes [Toronto Standard]

Those of us who regularly mount a mechanical goat and canter through the city, are quite emotionally attached to our rides, much like how other people fawn over their automobiles. Like them, we two-wheel operators also enjoy looking at other people’s rides, and when it comes to books illustrating some of the beauties of cycle history, there’s some lovely ones to be found.

Toronto driver accused of mounting sidewalk to hit cyclist in alleged road rage case [National Post]

Disturbing news story about an argument at Ossington & Harbord that ended when the driver drove up on the sidewalk to hit the cyclist.

Memorial Ride for Jenna Morrison – Monday, November 14, 2011 [Dandyhorse Magazine]

Friends, neighbours and supporters of safer streets are encouraged to meet at the southwest corner of Bloor Street West and Spadina at 7:30 am.  The ride will arrive at Dundas Street West and Sterling for 8:00 am where a ghost bike will be installed and a memorial held for Ms. Morrison.


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