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Archive for March, 2010

Danny’s DIY Conduit Creation

Danny sent in these images of his DIY Bike Trailer. It looks like quite the configuration, specifically the utilization of the the seat post mounted bike rack as a mounting point for the bike trailer’s hitch bracket. While it is tough to say how reliable and safe this setup would be, we would certainly give […]

Michael Musto

The Popularity of Bicycling is Growing

Every morning I wake up, check email and then quickly go to my Google Reader.  It is loaded up with over 200 feeds and I do my best to jog through them in the morning or over lunch, each day. One of the common trends for this morning was that many people think that bicycling […]

Funny Bike Commuting Video

LaHood Bike Summit Speech

Civia Carbon Fork Recall

We’ve conducted 3rd party testing and have concluded that the problem we’re seeing is the fork was designe. to b. stiff so that under braking, the legs would not wander around creating a noodly fork feel.  An unanticipated by-product of this le. stiffness is that the fork legs aren’t moving at all during regular braking and in turn, […]

Burley Travoy – A New Generation of Trailers

While at Frostbike a few weeks back we were introduced to the Burley Travoy.  A new cargo trailer from the folks at Burley.  This trailer is much different than any trailer you may have seen so make sure to click through all the photos. The trailer is more all than wide, and utilizes different types […]

Bike Advertising

Keeping in the theme of retail and commercial services by bike, which we recently posted about, today’s post is dedicated to bike advertising. With the spring and summer months creeping up, many business/bicycle-minded folks might be inspired to think about using bicycles for advertising businesses or services in the coming months. Hopefully this post can […]

Winter School Cycling

Active Community Transportation Act

This was found in my email this morning from our local Safe Routes to School Coordinator, Dick Winters. Many of you may already know that 76,000 Americans have been hit by cars while walking or biking in their communities in the last 15 years. That’s because most of America’s roads are designed for cars – […]