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‘The Art of Carrying Things by Bike’ – Linked up Version

Wednesday, July 24th, 2013

And I thought Streetfilms had a monopoly of making slick videos about urban cycling. ‘The Art of Carrying Things by Bike‘ by Laura J. Lukitsch, is a “a nice montage of some San Francisco’s iconic bike routes and destinations, including the Wiggle, Ferry Building and Market Street.” I watched this video like a birdwatcher frantically [...]

The Range Backpack from Incase: Made with Mac people in mind

Wednesday, June 13th, 2012

John Coe has been an everyday, four-season bike commuter in a four-season town for almost 20 years. He blogs, when he blogs, mostly about bikes and skis and stuff at rockychrysler.blogspot.com. It’s a backpack. What else can you say? It stays on your back, doesn’t flop around. Puts all your needful things in one place [...]

Cleverhood Rain Cape: Patience… It’ll rain eventually

Friday, April 27th, 2012

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. According [...]

Fyxation Session 700 Tires vs. A Mild NYC Winter

Thursday, February 16th, 2012

Vanessa Marie Robinson is a Brooklyn-based industrial designer who’s blog For The Love Of Bikes covers her multifaceted interests in all things cycling. She is typically found either riding in the city on a single-speed or training upstate on her road bike — year-round! Last November I began bracing myself for some harsh winter weather [...]

From Cambridge: A Radical Theory Combining Cycling, Commuting, Suits

Friday, January 13th, 2012

When I think of Cambridge University, I think of Stephen Hawking, theoretical physics, cosmology. Heavy-hitting brainpower being applied to the most elusive and fundamental mysteries of the universe. Don’t you? Slackers. When are the navel-gazers associated with that so-called University going to take on a real challenge, such as a grand unified theory that combines [...]

Bein’ Green: If Bike Lanes Were Muppets

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012

Decades ago, Kermit the Frog made a guest appearance on Sesame Street and crooned about the difficulties of being green. While the popular line from the frog’s famous song, “Bein’ Green,” expresses Kermit’s discontent with the color, he does, in the end, come full circle. Will green bike lane skeptics experience the same change of [...]