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Summer is almost here!

Summer is around the corner, and with it comes some dandy developments - like our new print issue in June and the nifty new Greenbelt Route launching with a big ride in August. Stay tuned to the dandyBLOG (and our new issue) for upcoming articles on this important new inter-regional bike route.

This past month, we got back into Bike Spotting big time and have plenty of great street interviews with fellow dandies in Kensington Market, at the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal, and on the Railpath!

This month we also heard first-hand from a cyclist caught in the Spring Safety Blitz and about how complete streets would mean a healthier Toronto. We had a bit of fun digging up some of the best bike scenes in film, plus we updated you on the the Pan Am Path launch event and the West Toronto Railpath extension south. 

UPCOMING:


And one of the most exciting upcoming events: Our new issue of dandyhorse in better book stores and bikes shops this June!

dandyhorse is available at our sponsor shops for free for a limited time. Sponsor shops include: Sweet Pete's, Urbane Cyclist, Hoopdriver, Bikes on Wheels, Steam Whistle and the Greenbelt Route, with special thanks to Brodie bicycles and Opus bikes. THANK YOU dandy sponsors!

Our new issue is themed around equity: equity in the streets and equity at the polls, equity for women, in sports, in transit and more. We've got lots of big personalities with big ideas in this issue, so sign up now to get dandy at your door.

Spring safety blitz is on
Cyclist Lindsay Zahn spoke to dandyhorse about getting busted for blasting through a stop sign during the Toronto Police Services' annual spring safety blitz. She got this ticket for $110.

Complete Streets
Narrower lanes, lower speed limits, and tighter corners that force drivers to slow down when making a turn are the name of the game, as Complete Streets start to influence the redesign of Toronto streets; potentially taking cycling to a whole new level. 

Bike Spotting
We went Bike Spotting in Kensington Market, at the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal and on the Railpath and asked cyclists about bike parking and other cycling infrastructure.

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