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30th Birthday Gift to Myself: My Own Schwinn Indoor Cycling Bike by Dori Manela Posted Tue 12 Mar 2013 10:44am Hi! A big thank you to everyone who came out to the DSB & Fitness NYC Revolve Body Ride class ! last night. Jason is an amazing instructor who taught a challenging, fun, motivational, high-energy class.  I’m amazed and impressed by his ability to know every nuance of every song and be able to cue perfectly to those. I can only hope to be ... Read on »
B-Cycle bike share makes a demo stop in Austin today by Marcus S. Posted Wed 27 Oct 2010 7:11am Bike share programs are popping up all over the country, and the City of Austin to get in on the action. Today, the City will be hosting B-Cycle , a project of Humana, Trek Bicycles, and ad firm Crispin Porter + Bogusky that launched it’s first bike share program in Denver this year. They appear to be the only North American bike share operatio ... Read on »
Refried Cycles - Bike Shop by ynottonycom Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 13 Sep 2010 8:20am On Saturday morning, with 30 minutes to spare, I rose from my bed with the intentions of riding my bike to my 10:30am yoga class at James Howell Studio . Yet, as I mounted my Soulcraft , I was presented with a flat rear tire. With no time to change the flat, I hand pumped the inner tube & prayed that the inner tube would hold air for my 15 minut ... Read on »
Vehicular cycling versus bike lanes: why they are both right, both wrong and why bike boulevards matter by Marcus S. Posted Wed 09 Dec 2009 8:18am Thoughts on where we’ve been and where we are going ahead of tonight’s Bike Boulevard Open House Image courtesy of LivableStreets As Austin prepares to experiment with the concept of bicycle boulevards, it is important to remember where bicycle infrastructure has been and why bike boulevards are really important in the goal of creating ... Read on »
A Tale of Two Bikes: Cycle House versus Soul Cycle by Nadine H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 Feb 2013 12:17am I am on this wall, somewhere. Can you believe Valentine’s Day will be here in just a couple of days? At this rate, it’s going to be summer before we know it. (But, but, you can’t speed by so fast, 2013! I have goals I need to accomplish!) January felt like a great month ’round these parts and February is on track to be awesome, too: I ... Read on »
Cycling - Is riding a bike addictive? by Alberto R. Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 Jan 2009 6:26pm Y es. I think so. But it is also possible that I have an addiction prone personality anyway. A week or so ago, in one of my posts, I called cycling my little obsession and joted down a few points on why I do like it so much. Well, there are so many reasons but what I was trying to get to is this feeling that I get when I ride the bike. No mat ... Read on »
Bring B-Cycle Velib-style Bike Sharing to Austin? by Marcus S. Posted Thu 05 Mar 2009 5:47am Marsha Ungchusri sent the following submission  in to us. B-Cycle is a Bike Sharing concept nearly identical in function to Velib in France. It’s a corporate collaboration between health firm Humana, Trek Bicycles, and ad firm Crispin Porter + Bogusky. The site looks promising, but it isn’t backed up with quite enough information to make me f ... Read on »
Social Cycling Austin helps kick off Bike Month with citywide bike party tonight by Marcus S. Posted Tue 04 May 2010 6:34am Bike Month is starting to hum along nicely now, and Social Cycling Austin is continuing the fun with a citywide bike party tonight. Here are the details: A city wide bike party to kick off Bike Month. It will be a chance for all kinds of cyclists from all kinds of organizations to get together and get to know each other, ride bikes and ha ... Read on »
B-Cycle offers the possibility of turn-key bike share in Austin by Marcus S. Posted Thu 28 Oct 2010 1:01pm Yesterday, bike share company B-Cycle stopped in Austin to demo their kiosk style, self-serve bike rental system. Their demo was part of a City of Austin initiative to investigate creating a public bike share program in Austin. Currently, City staff participate in an employee only bike share program, but the 2009 Master Bike Plan calls for a ... Read on »
Cardboard Cycle, and a Bobby’s Bike Ban by Dave M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 22 Jul 2008 8:21pm Two stories to emerge from England over the last few days: Phil Bridge, a 21 year old design student from Manchester, England, has designed the ultimate “Cheap” bike, made of cardboard. A cycle made from re-cycled material; you can’t get any greener than that. Phil hopes his bike will sell for around fifteen British Pounds. ($30.) Th ... Read on »