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Happy Holidays and All the Best for 2017!

2016 has been a decent year for cyclists, a bit of a shocking year for politics and a shit year for death by motor vehicle, but cycling is growing in popularity in many cities now, including Toronto. Yes, cycle commuting is popular around the world  - even in the winter.

We've seen new bike lanes proposed and some new infrastructure here in Toronto. We've covered the new Bloor lanes extensively, the new Bayview bike lane, green intersections, the actual cost of the building a bike lane and more (like stats on illegal parking in the bike lane).

We have a few series' on the go too: Peter Harte just wrapped up his series on his favourite routes across town with a top 5 list for the year. Associate editor Cayley James' series Bikes on Reels continues in the new year with more about bikes on film.

Most recently our International Bike Spotting series has been giving us perspective on what other cyclists have to deal with. 'Tis the season to keep on biking it and liking it too! So we have been focussed on winter cycling (with more tips to come) - we were very pleased to have winter riding tips from Copenhagenize.

And, our new dandy Ryerson journalism intern, Taylor Moyle, will be here with some stories about bike theft.

COMING SOON (and pictured above) - The BEST OF dandyhorse art BOOK!

Also Stay tuned for a Dutch Reach campaign on dandyhorsemagazine.coming in 2017 in association with Ottawa Life Magazine.
Weird infrastructure, Bike Spotting and more Features for 2017
In 2017, we will focus on feature stories at Throughout 2016, our infrastructure stories have been very popular, including ones about weird infrastructure like Glow in the Dark Bike Lanes. Bike Spotting continues to be popular and we will continue to talk to cyclists in the streets - but not only in Toronto, for example; this Q&A with James Thoem of Copenhagenize was popular last month.

Big News for 2017:  dandyhorse best of art and design book + revamped website
We're relaunching our website with an enhanced archive page where you can browse past issues digitally. We'll also be working on a 'best of' dandyhorse book and cycling supplements in The Walrus and Ottawa Life Magazine (May/June).
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