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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 »
Sending Congrats!!! by JimmyD-Tau1061 Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:14pm So I was busy last week... but so were a lot of good friends and I need to send out some some strong congratulations to them for the things they have achieved: 1- Tony Cervati -- founder and team captain of Type1Rider, was officially named to the 29er Crew for Gary Fisher mountain bikes. This is a huge step for him & his goals with T1R. His ye ... Read on »
New bike! My mountain mixte by Bliss Chick Posted Sun 25 Dec 2011 10:00am Yep. Another purple bike. This one definitely goes into the "expect it when you least expect it" category. As you may remember, I've been looking for another bike for quite a while. (Bike wishing here and here .) My faithful Jamis Durango which predates my dudes has finally gotten to the end of its life. It was a total wo ... Read on »
single speed mountain bike? by Rick McCharles Patient Expert Posted Thu 09 Apr 2009 7:16pm My FARTS Adventure Racing teammate is an advocate of bikes with only one gear ratio. That’s NUTS. Or is it? From an Adventure Racer, Mike: A single speed will not only make you a stronger rider, it will improve your peddle stroke, improve your bike handling skills and teach you how to use momentum. Over all, your riding will ... Read on »
Austin Bike Culture Calendar Events: 3/12-3/18/09 by Marcus S. Posted Thu 12 Mar 2009 4:12pm Austin’s cycling community is doing it up right with spring break and SXSW starting this weekend! You could spend all day Saturday going from event to event and never leave your saddle yet still pick up some grub, suds, and swag. Sweet! Thanks to  Jason at ATXBS  for letting us know about some events we couldn’t find elsewhere. As always, if t ... Read on »
I AM SO F'ING ITCHY YOU HAVE NO IDEA. by Amblus Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 Jan 2009 6:25pm Hi there. Where have I been? Not riding. Instead, I spent the last week working a conference that my department was hosting and it was really hard and involved many hours of being and I did not ever get to go home except to sleep. (Add to that, a lovely case of poison ivy the like of which I have never experienced. It's like I took a big handful an ... Read on »
Battle of Camrock by NathanGuerra Posted Wed 17 Aug 2011 12:00am I know one of the biggest races in the mid-west went down this past weekend , and my name is now T.J. Woodruff according to the pic, but I have to do write ups in order and Camrock deserves one…Ore to Shore write up tomorrow.  But you can check out Matter ’s write up for his perspective, as we had just about the same race till 1/4 mile to go… ... Read on »
Battle of Camrock by NathanGuerra Posted Wed 17 Aug 2011 6:00pm I know one of the biggest races in the mid-west went down this past weekend , and my name is now T.J. Woodruff according to the pic, but I have to do write ups in order and Camrock deserves one…Ore to Shore write up tomorrow.  But you can check out Matter ’s write up for his perspective, as we had just about the same race till 1/4 mile to go… ... Read on »
Armstrong Shines In Texas by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Sun 09 Nov 2008 10:47pm Lance Armstrong (Mellow Johnny's) has claimed another victory in his second public appearance since formally announcing his return to competition, this time on the mountain bike at the Rocky Hill Roundup, Texas Cup Series Finals in Smithville. The Texas Cup Finals were an opportunity for the former Tour de France winner to get in an intense work ... Read on »
Bicycle Sport Shop starts beginner mountain bike series by Marcus S. Posted Tue 20 Sep 2011 1:03pm If you are just getting into mountain biking or need a refresher, these rides may be for you. Bicycle Sport Shop is kicking off a Beginner Mountain Bike Ride Series this Saturday with rides at Walnut Creek Park in north Austin and several road trips to some of the best mountain bike trails in Central Texas. RSVPs are requested, and you can ... Read on »