The name Nitto, is a staple name through out the bicycle industry. Even within bicycle shops it holds a name that means two things, high cost but durable and long lasting. Even within the shop I manage when I bring in Nitto handlebars or racks the mechanics are left drooling as they are normally working [...]
Archive for January, 2010
With the state legislative session underway, Albany will soon turn its attention to business that lawmakers never got the chance to address last year. One bill to keep an eye on would give police and prosecutors a new tool to protect pedestrians and cyclists. After two preschoolers were killed in Chinatown last January by a [...]
Keeping on topic of Bike Commuting products, I would like to know what your top products of 2009 were and why. It could be that jazzy front basket you put on the front of your bike or a new pair of cycling pants. Let us know!
The CPSC and Seattle Bike Supply (SBS) are recalling the 2010 Redline Conquest Pro bicycles and frame sets. The bicycle’s fork legs can separate from the fork crown and cause the rider to lose control, posing a risk of serious injury if the rider falls. If you have this bike, you should stop riding it [...]
The Department of Transportation chose locations near transit hubs like park and rides, in areas chosen by DOT’s CityRacks team, or based on recommendations from residents. Of those racks, there are 59 single steel pipe loops at a cost of $255 each, with room to park two or three bikes, and 53 double pipe loops, [...]
There is a new bike plan for Portland, this plan has many layers, with a completion date of 2030, seems to have many hopes for gaining momentum. “Yesterday the Bureau of Transportation released the final version of the Portland Bicycle Plan for 2030. This version reflects many changes – some large, some small – to [...]