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Archive for December, 2005

Bicycle Rider Killed At Colton Railroad Crossing

Courtesy of MSNBC Authorities said the victim was waiting for a northbound train to pass at the Eighth Street crossing at Laurel Street. The rider crossed behind the northbound train when he was struck by a southbound train, police said. The crossing has six sets of railroad tracks. Neighbors said they often see children near […]

Commuter of the Month

Confessions of an Ice Biker Hi, my name is Jill, and I’m just one of a growing number of bike-a-holics. It started so simply. I was a happy-go-lucky kid with a single-speed Huffy, yellow, sporting a brown banana seat and a little white basket. When the state gave me a license to drive, I abandoned […]

Up In Alaska

You might think she’s crazy, I think she’s crazy like an arctic fox. Jill, a talented rider/writer, in Alaska needs help in getting an entry fee for the Sustina 100. Here’s some quotes from her site: I still have that other aforementioned problem of paying the entry fee. I’m not a nonprofit and I can’t offer […]

Rider in Training

On Sunday I busted out the Trailer Bike and trailer then loaded up my 4 year old daughter and my neighbor’s kids and wala! Instant trailer train!

Moe’s Best Deals

Just recently our beloved Moe has launched a new site that allows anyone to get coupon codes, sales sites, links to basically the best deals out there. You’ll find things from gaming to cycling related links for discounted products. Make sure you check it out!

One Less Sleigh

‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was cycling, not even a mouse. The Sugoi Wool Socks hung by the chimney with care, in hopes that St. Trick soon would be there. The children were nestled all snug in their beds, while visions of freestyling danced in their heads. And Mama in […]