Bicycle signage is implemented to guide cyclists and to improve roadway safety for cyclists, pedestrians and drivers. There are three general categories of signage, including posted signs, roadway markings and electronic signals, and within these categories, there are numerous variations.Signs for cyclists are typically wayfinding signs placed at intersections where bikeways or bike routes are […]
Archive for March, 2011
This is the kick-off for the Tiny Bikeshop Concert series from Banjo Brothers. I’ve never heard of Brianna Lane before, so here’s a quote I found on her Website from CoffeeHouseTour.com: Her music is about self-expression, love and heartache presented with rich vocals. I love how Brianna paints a picture with every word in every […]
The only test that these arm warmers have yet to pass is the test of time.
Riding my bike into work yesterday morning, I ran into my friend Art bringing in his 4 & and half year old son to pre-school. His son was riding a trusty Adam’s Trail-A-Bike. Being that we just started carrying Adams at BikeKidShop.com, I was curious how Art was liking this product. Art mentioned that the […]
Banjo Brothers is launching a Tiny Bikeshop Concert Series. This will be a series of concerts held in bike shops.
Brompton is the Rolex watch of folding bikes; the VW Beetle of folding bikes; the McDonaldâ€™s hamburger of folding bikes; the Marlborough cigarette of folding bikesâ€¦the iconic folding bike.
After two days of using that boat to get around, I can truly say, I really like riding a bike.
Last week I was getting familiar with an Ohm Electric Sport Bicycle. As Ted mentioned over at CommuteByBike.com a part of bike commuting often involves finding efficient short cuts. While a light weight/skinny tire commuter bike may be more efficient on smooth roads, in many areas a more off-road capable commuter will end up getting […]
Is there a creepier model name for any mass-produced bike?