Being self-employed, and working from home, I don’t have that super long commute anymore. So how do I “commute” by bike when I really only have to walk from my bedroom to my computer in the living room. So I figured it out! I get up as I normally would, get geared up, get on […]
Archive for November, 2006
RL and I took our girls to a park nearby RL’s house. RL installed the Xtracycle Freeradical on the Ibex Alpine 550, he loaded it with food and a blanket. He also attached his child trailer making it a super long bike. I prepped the DiamondBack Transporter with the Banjo Brothers Panniers and attached the […]
Today I went to visit the great folks of KHS Bicycles. It was time to say goodbye to the KHS Urban Xtreme, but in return, Vince C. granted my wish of testing a super cool bike. Here are a few “teaser” pictures of this mistery bike (Hint: I’ts a foldable): Stay tuned for my upcoming […]
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The biggest thing to hit the bike industry in the past couple years is the 29r bikes, in other words 29 inch bikes. What’s a 29r you ask…Well the whole theory is that the bigger the wheel diameter, the more surface contact and the better you roll. Here’s a diagram that best shows the difference […]
For those of you just tuning in: this post is part of a series chronicling my transformation of the Xoor Swift into a proper fixed-gear. The essence of the project, the rear wheel with fixed hub, is in the works. Until it arrives, I have some time to play with the bicycle as is, and […]
Most of us will probably over do it on the Turkey and end up becoming super sleepy. Heck, some of us end up taking naps or just laying around watching TV on Thanksgiving. I found a great cure for an over dose or a hangover from tryptophan. Go for a bike ride! Moe and I […]
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I was needing a saddle bag of the Paratrooper. I knew that they range anywhere from $20 – $30. I thought to myself, why not save a couple of bucks and make one. Today was a slow day at work. This gave me the perfect opportunity to make a one. All materials I used were […]
I’d like to wish our very own Priscilla a very Happy Birthday! This is Priscilla with RPM Cyclery Co-Owner Jen Finch at Interbike.