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Archive for December, 2011

Liquor Store Drive-Thru by Bike

It was getting late. I knew it would be cold outside. I was starting to think of my commute home, and thinking of what pretext I might have to get a ride home from my wife — a pretext that would not involve an admission that I just didn’t feel like cycling home. Aha! My […]

A Car Named Haig: Driving Seen Decreasingly as Compulsory

Kids these days. Are they assimilated into car culture as ruthlessly and inevitably as ever? My frame of reference goes back a few years. When I turned 16, I couldn’t wait to get my driver’s license, but I wasn’t very interested in having a job. I got my license, and started driving my mom’s car […]

Chrome Bags and Striped Socks

We’ve been selling Chrome Bags for about a year now.  I’m not sure if its made us any more stylish than we were before, but as I’m  noticing who is carrying them around Flagstaff, I’m a little bit more aware of the current fashion trends, as I was here spotting this Chrome Citizen Messenger Bags […]

Commute by Bike’s Top 10 Posts of 2011

So, 2011 is almost over. It’s time to coast across the finish line with a look back at those times when I wasn’t feeling quite as lazy as I am today, after three days off. To determine the top ten posts of 2011, I took a look at how many times each post was viewed […]

Merry Christmas from BikeShopHub.com

Happy Christmas, Bike Commuters

If you celebrate Christmas, here’s wishing you a happy one. I hope you got those cycling accessories you were wishing for. If you don’t celebrate Christmas, get on your bike! It’s Sunday! Go on a ride and enjoy the light traffic — courtesy of the lousy economy and those of us who are at home […]