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Archive for July, 2005

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Which is better to commute with?

I’ve used it all, Road, Mountain and Hybrid bikes for my commutes. But which is the best type of by for your commute? I’ll be discussing with you how to determine which bike is right for your situation. I’ve heard arguments that go back and forth how one type of bike is better than the […]

Wear a Helmet and Get a Free Ice Cream!

The Lincolnshire Police Department is rewarding kids who wear helmets and ride safely with “Ice Cream Citations” good for a free child size scoop of Ice Cream from MaggieMoo’s a local Ice Cream eatery. With over 500,000 bicycle riders injured each year in bicycle accidents, this partnership between the Lincolnshire Police and MaggieMoo’s Ice Cream […]

Killer Deals at IBEX!

Right now IBEX has a Mid Summer Sale going that has completely slashed prices to the nub. For example the Corrida CT 3.3 is only $469 The Ignition 1 (my favorite IBEX bike) is only $399! How about the Classic 3300 for $399! Now where else can you go to get a great road bike […]

Locals get pedaling as part of cycling club

For most American kids, learning to ride a two-wheeler is a rite of passage. When they’re 9, 10 or 11 years old, a bicycle is their ride into the world beyond their back yard. But most people pass through the rite and roll right on by it. According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, only […]

Bike love

Paved bicycle and pedestrian paths crisscross Seattle’s undulating urban landscape, offering access to almost every neighborhood by the city’s 22 miles of bike lanes. In Seattle, the summer sun brings out bikers of all kinds – commuters, messengers, mountain bikers and competitive racers. “It’s a pretty cool [biking] scene in Seattle. I’m from Southern California […]