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Archive for 2006

Big Changes for 2007

The current editor of Commute by Bike, RL Policar, has decided to move on to pursue his own ventures and his crew of writers will be going with him. I wish them all the best and thank them all for there contributions to the Crooked Cog Network. For the future, we will be refocusing the […]

Happy Holidays

On behalf of everyone at CBB… Happy Holidays!

Much Respect Due

Ok ok…I have way MORE respect for all you guys that commute in the bitter cold. This morning it got pretty cold here in Southern California, 35 degrees. Hey! That’s bitter cold for us! So I decided to go for a ride…BRRR! My ears, fingers and what ever else sticks out was about to fall […]

Cycletote First Impression

I’ve been testing the Cycletote for a few weeks now and I have to say, so far so good. I haven’t experienced any problems with the test unit that we have. Here are some shots showing how stable the Cycletote is. It also demonstrates how well the linkage works. Even when I’m cornering, the Cycletote […]

Suggestions, ideas sought for ALCo bicycle master plan

Here’s your chance to get involved if you live in the area… It’s one of the healthiest — and sometimes fastest — ways to commute around the area, and Alameda County officials are hoping to make it getting around unincorporated Alameda County on a bicycle a little bit better. The county’s public works agency will […]

Top 10 Tips for Riding in the Snow Jill Homer of Juneau, Alaska, is training to ride 350 miles in the human-powered Iditarod. The race, which starts in February, follows the same route used by the famous dog sled teams. People sometimes say, “Wow, riding a bike on snow – that’s great. But how does it work?” Snow-biking can be different from […]