Month: November 2007

Tracking Hazards

The Right Ride has several sites available to help cyclists track safe routes and dangerous spots around various cities in the U.S.. It’s a nice Google Maps mash-up allowing visitors to click on individual pins on the map for more information about the routes and hazards which registered users have added. Registration is free if…

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Shot in Seattle

Peter McKay is a wonderfully positive bike commuter in the Seattle area. He was on his regular bike commute from Bellevue, Washington last Thursday night when a random thug shoots him in the chest with BBs that were apparently shot from a .22 handgun. Peter then blogs about this experience from his hospital bed! Personal…

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This Week at Wandertec:1. Watched the shop not being built(progress is to resume soon)2. Sold my Honda Element (CELLOmobile)3. Came up with a name for my new bicycle design, the Wandertec SanToor.4. Did away with the Wandertec Purchase page and pointed all sales to Listed Demo CELLOS for sale at the Was introduced…

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Bike Trailers at Interbike

Other than Xtracycle, there were several other developments on note in the arena of bike cargo trailer.

Kona UTE Utility BikeKona was displaying their utility bike the Ute. The UTE like the Surly Big Dummy is a complete long haul cargo bike. Unlike the Big Dummy it does not utilize the Xtracycle rack system and instead has a built in rack system

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Advocacy updates and news

It’s a busy week all around, so here are some quick links out to bike commute news. You’ve got to see these Share the Road TV ads from the San Luis Obispo (California) Bike Coalition. They’re showing on local TV stations in the California central coast region. Rocky Mountain News: Thrills amid chills is an…

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