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Evolution: The Mountain Bike by Dave M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 08 Mar 2010 12:00am In my last article I was outlining a talk I gave recently to a group of some 80 people here in Charleston. The subject was the Evolution of the Bicycle, and I had reached the period around the 1950s when my own interest in bicycles began. In October 2009 I wrote a series of three articles here on the history of frame design, where I covered ... Read on »
Giro Prolight Bike Helmet - Precisely what Many people Really should Apprehend That's In connection with Giro Prolight Bike Helm by Alexander85959 Posted Wed 02 Jan 2013 1:05am A bicycle helmet can be a special helmet created for the bicycle riders to deliver them maximum safety against serious head injuries which often can occur throughout a fall. Undoubtedly, that utilizing a Giro Prolight Bike Helmet is usually a step towards a superb journey but concurrently, its ability to prevent or reduce the possibility of the ... Read on »
Giro Prolight Bike Helmet - What Most of the people Will need to Apprehend That is certainly Related To Giro Prolight Bike Helme by Alexander85959 Posted Wed 02 Jan 2013 1:05am A bicycle helmet is usually a special helmet created for the bicycle riders to provide these with maximum safety against serious head injuries which could occur throughout a fall. Undoubtedly, that using a Giro Prolight Bike Helmet is really a step towards an excellent journey but concurrently, its ability to prevent or reduce the possibility o ... Read on »
cheap bikes are still bikes by Beth H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 3:13pm [Thanks to Alan over at the terrific Eco-Velo blog (http://www.ecovelo.info) for bringing this to my attention.] Word is out that Walmart now sells a bonafide "Commuter" bike. It has almost all the right stuff: upright riding position, fatter tires, rigid frame and fork (no shocks!) and a rear rack. (It could use fenders, too; but I live ... Read on »
Bike Hall of Fame moving to Davis, California by Marcus S. Posted Sun 12 Apr 2009 12:05am A great thing for the American cycling community: the Bicycle Hall of Fame has deserved to be in a city like Davis for a long time. From this morning’s Sacramento Bee: The city of Davis broke away from a pack of cities Friday to be named the new home of the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame. “I’m ecstatic,” said City Councilman Stephen Souza ... Read on »
Beers & Bikes by One Love Sarah Posted Mon 21 Mar 2011 3:23pm The 2011 Urban Assault Ride was a blast! The weather was perfect, the course was fun, and my partner didn't quit the race, plus we had sweet matching outfits.  How does Brodie sneak into all the pics? Woo team 333! Tucson was the first stop of the tour this year so we were the first to experience the new checkpoint obstacles.  We conc ... Read on »
bike tech: cross bike buildup part 2 by Beth H. Patient Expert Posted Sun 15 Mar 2009 3:52pm I had some free time today to putter, so I went to work converting the drive-train on the Cross bike. Removing the old ATB cranks was necessary, both because they take 4-bolt rings (ick), AND mostly because at 175 mm they're too long for my legs. I swapped in some budget cranks that should hold up to my style of riding, with the beautiful Surl ... Read on »
Bikes, bikes, bikes.... by Kelownagurl Patient Expert Posted Tue 28 Apr 2009 1:41pm Today we went to one of our local bike stores so Erik could try the Trek Madone 5.2. He really liked the Roubaix but wanted to give the Madone a fair shot as well. I decided that I would try the Madone 4.7 even though it's not as nice as the 5.1 but lo and behold, there was a 5.1 in the shop! Apparently Trek rethought its decision to discontinu ... Read on »
Friday Film Fun: Tall Bikes, Tall Bikes, Tall Bikes! by Marcus S. Posted Fri 14 Jan 2011 9:20am Image courtesy of AtomicZombie.com I was having coffee/beer with my bud, Keith Byrd, the leader of Social Cycling Austin . He was telling me he’s thinking about having a tall bike built for him and the arms race that has broken out in the tall bike crowd. If you go on many social rides in town, eventually you’ll see a tall bike.Usually, ... Read on »
Swim and bike and bike and bike and swim swim swim... with a side of run by Krista L. Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Jul 2013 4:06pm It's been a while since my last post.  I've finally unthawed from the blair witch half marathon, and am now working on trying not to melt outside.  Oh how I miss our summer house in Flag last year..... It's officially been over a month since I cried (literally) over the freezing cold, so I'm now allowed to complain about the heat.... Truth be ... Read on »