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2010 NAHBS Interview Series : Kirk Frameworks

The largest series of interviews of frame and part builders, leading up to the North American Handmade Bicycle Show February 26-28, 2010.. Make sure to add us on Twitter for the latest show news. Basics Whats your name: My name is Dave Kirk and my company is Kirk Frameworks Co. I am a one-man company with [...]

2010 NAHBS Interview Series : Paul Component Engineering

The largest series of interviews of frame and part builders, leading up to the North American Handmade Bicycle Show February 26-28, 2010.. Make sure to add us on Twitter for the latest show news. Basics: Whats your name: Paul Price Where are you based out of? Chico, (Northern) CA How did you get in to making [...]

2010 NAHBS Interview Series : Capricorn Bicycles

The largest series of interviews of frame and part builders, leading up to the North American Handmade Bicycle Show February 26-28, 2010.. Make sure to add us on Twitter for the latest show news. Basics Whats your name: Bradley Wilson Where are you based out of? Minneapolis How did you get into frame building? I got [...]

2010 NAHBS Interview Series : Groovy Cycle Works

The largest series of interviews of frame and part builders, leading up to the North American Handmade Bicycle Show February 26-28, 2010.. Make sure to add us on Twitter for the latest show news. Basics Whats your name: Rody Walter Where are you based out of? Groovy Cycleworks is located in Wooster, Ohio How did you [...]

Q&A : Bike Lights

A reader wrote in asking questions about lights, read his question and then my personal answer.. From there, I turn the table to you all, what do you think he could do to avoid cars pulling out? Q: I wanted to get your input on lights/ being seen. Most of my morning commute is in the [...]

Basic Ways to Stay Dry this Winter & Spring

The snow is melting outside which will leave me for a wet commute to work into the morning.. Here are the basic ways I keep dry during the rainy season. Fenders – Full coverage fenders are best but even a race style fender that clips on and off quickly will keep the mud off your back [...]