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Archive for August, 2011

Why don’t you tell me ’bout the mystery rack?

This custom rack was made by Stuart Henderson, Bike Shop Hub‘s resident metal fabricator, artist, and renaissance man. It is designed to carry a very specific object. Can you guess what that object is? The first person who guesses correctly wins a Commute by Bike t-shirt. Leave your guesses in the comments. Hint 1: The [...]

How does your town say ‘No Bicycles?’

I managed to forge a cycling purpose into a non-cycling vacation in August, 2011, using the brute force of a big-ass 1996 GMC camper van. Here are the posts: Vapid Transit, Snap Judgements, How to Blow $20 in Boulder, Public Art You Can’t See from a Car, and How does your town say ‘No Bicycles?’ [...]

Public Art You Can’t See from a Car

I managed to forge a cycling purpose into a non-cycling vacation in August, 2011, using the brute force of a big-ass 1996 GMC camper van. Here are the posts: Vapid Transit, Snap Judgements, How to Blow $20 in Boulder, Public Art You Can’t See from a Car, and How does your town say ‘No Bicycles?’ [...]

How to Blow $20 in Boulder

I managed to forge a cycling purpose into a non-cycling vacation in August, 2011, using the brute force of a big-ass 1996 GMC camper van. Here are the posts: Vapid Transit, Snap Judgements, How to Blow $20 in Boulder, Public Art You Can’t See from a Car, and How does your town say ‘No Bicycles?’ [...]

The Jacket that Wasn’t There: SUGOi’s HydroLite

Josh King lives in Seattle, where he commutes by bike every day, rain or shine. He switched to full-time single speed commuting in 2010. You can read his thoughts on going gearless at www.singlespeedseattle.com Raise your hand if you’ve been caught in a rain shower on the ride home from work – and your rain [...]

‘Eligible’ Not Always a Synonym for ‘Desirable’

Just in case you have not been getting an ample supply of economic news from other major media outlets, the League of American Bicyclists and America Bikes have released a report explaining why shifting funding within the transportation bill from “dedicated” to “eligible” for bike and pedestrian projects would be disastrous, not only for cyclists [...]