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Getting Chic in Toronto

The documentation of  the stylishness of Torontonians on bicycles just got a little bit larger and  more comprehensive.

For many years, Xander Labayen has been shooting great photos of stylish Torontonians biking around our great city and posting them on his excellent blog 416 Cycle Style.

That site is now joined by Toronto Cycle Chic, which is an expansion (franchise? branch? subsidiary?) of the very well known Copenhagen Cycle Chic, generally known as the pioneer of documenting style on bikes.

Toronto Cycle Chic doesn’t have too many photos yet, but I’m sure that’ll change as the weather warms up.

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On The Blogs: Poka Cycle Accessories

Poka Cycle AccessoriesDuncan blogs about Suzanne Carlsen, who makes and sells some seriously good looking bike accessories on Poka Cycle Accessories:

Suzanne Carlsen wants your bicycle to be very “interesting.”

To help you achieve this task she’s hand making chainguards, headbadges and some cycling-friendly bags.

Read the full post on Duncan’s City Ride.

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On The Blogs: Four Women’s Cycling Jackets

via Duncans City Ride:

With fall weather comes wetter days, chillier winds and the need to add an extra layer when cycling around town. I recently viewed a few men’s cycling jackets that look just as good on or off of your bicycle. Today, it’s time to see what’s available for women

Read the full post on Duncans City Ride.

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