Spring edition of Dandyhorse hits the street Thursday
The latest issue of Toronto cycling magazine, Dandyhorse, that launches on Thursday, is your last chance to check out a great little publication for free.
In the future you'll have to pay $5.95 for a copy at a book store and next year, the magazine will be distributed nationally.
Meantime, you can scoop yours at the stores listed on the magazine's website or score one with the $7 price of admission at the launch party Thursday at Canadian Corps Club, 201 Niagara St., between 7 p.m. and midnight.
This spring edition features issues that will appeal beyond the cycling community, promises editor Tammy Thorne.
There's a preview of the graphic novel, Kenk, a critique of sharrows in Toronto and an interview with Cathy Crowe about where health and infrastructure intersect on our streets. There's a take-out on the Michael Bryant court case and a feature about social mix housing and how it applies to institutions such as Seaton House and CAMH and Regent Park.
Dandyhorse publishes twice a year at either end of the cycling season.