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Archive for October, 2013

JILL’S NEWSFLASH!! Ohio is good for biking!

According to Jill, a news director in Cleveland: Ohio is a surprisingly good area for biking.  And I absolutely love my Ortlieb Back Roller Classic with BSH logo.  These panniers are incredibly versatile and hold tons of gear (or $200 worth of groceries).  I use them for commuting to work, for pleasure rides and even […]

Smart & Social Bike Navigation System or The Hammerhead

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…  It is a period of paper-based self-navigation.  Cell phones are the size a spaghetti squash.  GPS is a three-letter acronym (TLA) and not much more to the average human.  Bicycles are inanimate objects that are neither smart nor social.  Yes, it is 1993. Fast-forward twenty […]

CycloMend: Have Wrench. Will Travel.

“I hate broken bikes.” That was the straightforward way that CycloMend founder, Colin, began to explain why he started his Washington, DC-based company that pairs up mobile bike mechanics with cyclists in need. Benefiting both the owner of the busted bike as well as local mechanics looking for additional work (who are vetted by CycloMend […]

Mark’s Revelate Equipped Ride

Mark Falanga Revelate‘d the crap outta his bike: I ordered a bunch of Revelate bags from you for a five-day San Juan Mountain Hut bike ride.  The system that you put together for me was incredible and because of the system, my bike performed so well on all terrain, going up mountains, down mountains and […]

Commute By Unicycle: Realistic or Ridiculous?

After a significant hiatus from Commute by Bike, I considered reintroducing myself to the wonderful world of bike blogging by composing a fluffy, friendly piece about the joys of traveling by bicycle, the amazing feeling of having fresh, crisp air flowing through your lungs as you take the clean, green way to work… and then […]

The Ultimate Foldmodular eCargo Thingamabike Experiment

I love clever designs of objects that fold up small — not just bikes. Before my first folding bike, I had a folding dinner table, a collapsible ladder chair, a folding book shelf, and other folding stuff. Closely related to my folding fetish is my modular fetish. The idea that one thing can be many […]