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NAHBS 2011 – Austin Day 2

The affordability equation shifts in the direction of a custom built bike given the likelihood that the experience of the builder will yield a bicycle that will more than likely be the perfect bike for you for many years to come.

NAHBS 2011 – Austin Day 1

Whether or not you can afford to work with a custom builder, the insight that they bring into the industry is invaluable.

2011 NAHBS is Underway in Austin!

Stu and I arrived in the great little city of Austin last night, and woke up nice and ready for NAHBS – North American Handmade Bike Show.

A Link History of NAHBS – While Prepping for Austin

After a full day of Internet browsing through the bicycle porn that is the history of NAHBS, here are the bits that stand out.

Happy Thanksgiving! from Commute By Bike

Photo Credit: Jackson Bike Advocates Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! Among many other things, I am very thankful for the turkey poputlation’s (presumably unwilling) support of many of our upcoming bike commutes. What bike commuting related blessings are you thankful for on this Thanksgiving?

Drawing Conclusions from Narrow Cycling Data Sets

It is very encouraging that more and more data is being collected concerning both the safety of cyclists and the overall adoption of cycling.  Most recently, Oregon Health Sciences University released their study of bicycle commuters in Portland.  While offering some specific and valuable insights about Portland, this type of study only offers limited value [...]