Karen Voyer-Caravona is an admitted bicycle dilettante in Flagstaff, Arizona, who blogs about her adventures on two wheels, vélo envy, her husband’s cooking, and cross country skiing at www.sheridesabike.com. Visit her Website for her endless opinions on the most stylish shoes for pedaling, critiques of bike parking, and the best bike date dining destinations. My […]
Archive for September, 2011
Here in our Flagstaff office, we’ve gathered a collection of used and new bike stuff to lure in the locals. These are mostly items that you can’t find on our online shops. You’ve got to come by in person to check out what we’ve got. And unlike craiglist, your missed connection has a good chance […]
Don’t ask why, but I watched King Kong last weekend — the 1976 remake that most people would rather forget. In addition to being a bad movie, it was an interesting period piece from the 1970s. An evil oil company, Petrox, is personified by Fred Wilson, played by Charles Grodin. Jessica Lange plays Dwan, a […]
Last Fall, a customer sent us this photo of his camping spot along Lake Carlyle in Illinois. I imagine a zen like retreat looking at his photos of the lake and sunset. Our BOB Trailer sale runs through the end of the day tomorrow, just enough time to get yourself geared up for your own […]
Kipchoge Spencer, one of the founders of Xtracycle and the longtail cycling movement has been doing some epic bike touring recently with his entire band, the Pleasant Revolution. The band travels by bike with all of their musical equipment, performing everywhere they go and spreading the word about living car free.
I’ve been at Interbike over the last two days joining Ted as lesser royalty. Despite enjoying the spectacle and being excited to see new developments with manufacturers that we currently work with and hope to soon be working with, I can’t help but feel an overall sense of throw-up-in-my-mouth about the overall energy, focus and […]