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Archive for June, 2005

Kryptonite Evolution-Mini

Overview: Model: Evolution – Mini Our toughest bicycle security for moderate to high crime areas. $2000(USD)Anti-Theft Protection Offer (USA & Canada) Anti-Theft Protection Offer also available in UK Passed the following tests: Sold Secure Silver Bicycle, ART 2 Star and VdS Klasse A 1/2″ (13 mm) Through-hardened Kryptonium TM Steel shackle resists bolt cutters and […]

Come Meet our First Commuter of the Week

Read all about our very first Commuter of the Week! If you’re interested in being featured as our Commuter of the Week, drop me a line with your bio and photo and we’ll gladly pimp you out on the site. Shoot Me an Email

Juan Espinoza

Don’t let the mean scowl and football fool you. Juan Espinoza is more than just a weekend warrior playing football, basketball and other sports. He’s a bicycle commuter. Juan was putting in over 28k miles per year driving to and from work. He finally got fed up with driving in the Southern California traffic and […]

The Effects of Head Injuries Come

Read this powerful article writen by a loving wife on the importance of wearing a helmet. Story of Jim…

Why they leave their cars at home

EAGLE COUNTY – His friend, Bill Nutkins, calls him a postman – riding through rain, shine, sleet or snow. Tim “TC” Carlson, who received the 2005 Commuter of the Year Award from ECO-Trails, rides his bike 21 miles to work from West Vail to Edwards every day – about 5,460 miles a year. In the […]

The spring of our two-wheeled discontent

Everybody missed spring this spring. From a May so perversely chilly the birds considered migrating back, to a June that was like a mugging in a steamroom, was there even one day in between that could rightly have been termed vernal? No, and I doubt that any New Englanders felt the sting of this injustice […]