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Outspoken About Handmade Bikes: Diane Lees at NAHBS

Thursday, March 15th, 2012

Diane Lees is a 38 year veteran of the bicycle industry. She is a professional bicycle fitter and co-owns and operates HubBub Custom Bicycles in NE Ohio. She is also a registered yoga teacher, a journalist, and the host/producer of The Outspoken Cyclist, a weekly radio show about bicycling on WJCU-88.7FM broadcasting locally and podcasting [...]

Labor Day Weekend with Uncle Jumbo

Saturday, September 3rd, 2011

This is Labor Day weekend here in the USA. Much of the rest of the world celebrates International Workers Day in May, but that was a little too commie for President Grover Cleveland. Besides, it conflicts with Bike Month, and everybody knows that Grover Cleveland was huge into Bike Month. Actually, he was just huge. [...]

Bike Friday Tikit: A Great Solution to a Very Occasional Problem

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

While Ted has been delving deep into the psychology of the folding bike and the various marketing positions and ploys surrounding them, I’ve been tooling around on a few of them.  The first one I got my hands on was this nice-looking Bike Friday Tikit that I first brought on my trip to the 2011 [...]

‘My name is _______, and I commute by bike.’

Saturday, May 28th, 2011

Ever since the North American Handmade Bike Show we’ve been accumulating these short videos of people declaring, on record, that they commute by bike. This is the first of what we hope will be an ongoing series. Our hope is that we can show the world that bike commuting is not just the realm of [...]

2011 New England Bicycle Expo: A Recap

Friday, May 13th, 2011

Greg Hum leads a bike-centric lifestyle in Boston, MA, going everywhere and carrying everything by bike. In college he co-founded a bike-advocacy group and still loves organizing people around bikes. He can sometimes be heard playing jazz rhythms on his handlebar-mounted percussion instruments while riding. His musings on biking and more can be found on: [...]

Interview: Aaron Dykstra of Six-Eleven Bicycle Co. – NAHBS 2011

Saturday, April 30th, 2011

Before starting Six-Eleven Bicycle Co., Aaron Dykstra left his hometown of Roanoake, Virginia, and enlisted in the Air Force where he worked as mechanic on F-15 fighter planes. Later he worked a cycling advocate in New York and Chicago, before returning to Roanoke with a changed perspective. Josh interviewed Dykstra at the North American Handmade [...]