Month: May 2010

Wrap Up of Flagstaff's Bike-To-Work Week

With our big move over the previous weekend, we were a bit preoccupied to have been an active supporter of this year’s Bike-To-Work week here in Flagstaff. That being said, we certainly participated. Being in our new downtown location, we are now in a much better location for everyone to be able to easily ride…

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The Big Move

It’s been a whirlwind over the last two weeks and the dust is just starting to clear enough for me to settle down and report on what we’ve been up to. The mountain we were up against was moving our office, inventory and shop from our crammed in shop (1000 square feet) in East Flagstaff…

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John's Wheelchair Revisioned as Bike Trailer

John sent us images of his bike trailer that he fashioned over the weekend from an old wheelchair. Recycling and DIY mixed together are always great to see. From John’s blog Hacking 5hit: “It started as two pieces of 1/2″emt (electrical conduit, $1.80ea @ Lowe’s), an old wheelchair discovered in a pile of junk behind…

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Win a Bowery Lane Bicycle

There is a contest going on over at MB (shortened for PG-13 readership) to win a Bowery Lane Bicycle..  The contest is simple, take a bike themed photo that MB can use for their header on their website.  If they pick you, you win a new bike! The contest is inspired by New York City’s…

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E-Bike 101

A guest article by James Thomas of BicycleDesign. If you visit cycling websites on a regular basis, you have probably noticed at least a few references to electric bikes lately. New e-bike designs have been popping up in greater numbers at the various bike tradeshows, and electric bikes from companies like Lexus and Volkswagen have…

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Bike Month Updates

We would like to hear from you how National Bike Month is changing your area of the United States.  Are there more rides and events? Better advocacy or club meetings? In Charlotte we had a two week event, Bike Charlotte, where various clubs and bike shops put on events and rides.  There were more bike…

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