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Archive for September, 2011

White Rim Bike Tour

Last Fall about this time of year, our friend and famed world cycling tourist and journalist Cass Gilbert, rolled into Flagstaff for a visit. While he was here he and local touring fiends Megan and James went up to Southern Utah to do the 3 day White Rim Loop in Canyonlands. They took some great […]

Commute to Bike

By 6:45 am on Tuesday, I had checked my tire pressure, performed a quick check on my brakes and derailleurs and gathered my helmet, shoes and glasses. At 7 am, I headed out into the light rain for a ride. In my car. I had plans to ride at 8 am at Prince William Forest […]

No Bikes Allowed — and Thank Goodness

For the next several days, I’ll be away from the Internet, and in a place where bikes are not allowed. I’ll be backpacking in the Grand Canyon, on foot, from the North Rim to the South Rim. Bikes are allowed at the Grand Canyon, but only up on the rim and on roads. Below the […]

Green Wheel Marketing’s Extrawheel Advert

Mark of Green Wheel Marketing sent in this photo of his Extrawheel Advert trailer. Mark has been putting together a fleet of Adverts for his mobile bike advertising business in South Florida. All Extrawheel Trailers are on sale, along with the Extrawheel Adverts for $269 thru Oct 10th!

How Many Mouse Clicks?

This is my “day in the life of” picture of our blogger-in-chief, Ted Johnson most likely clicking and tapping away at a CommuteByBike.com post. So many mouse clicks and keyboard taps………..

E-bike is to Bike what Trolling Motor is to Rowboat

Last week the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) released a position paper (PDF) on how electric bikes should be regulated when off-road. And predictably, the pedal-power purists flipped out without absorbing the nuances of IMBA’s position — even though the second paragraph is all reasonable and stuff. IMBA believes all recreational uses of public lands […]