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Tag Archives: bike
Check out this [wicked bike hopping video]! I hate to think what sort of injuries this guy did to himself… The music is pretty cool, too–It’s a track called “The Distance” from Cake’s album *Fashion Nugget*, which has been added … Continue reading
I rode my bike to work this morning. I guess I just woke up on the “foolish” side of the bed! It was beautiful but cold: -2°C (28°F). With the “wind” chill from riding, it was about -8°C (17°F). The … Continue reading
An open letter to motorists from Crazy Biker Chick in Toronto Continue reading
For the first time in approximately 20 years, I completed my first “century” ride! Continue reading
The “century checklist” keeps coming in handy–this time for the Lodi Sunrise Century. Plus more on my bike upgrade-or-replacement quandary. Continue reading
I got some new bicycle tires for my mountain bike last month. It took me a while to finally install them, but today is Bike to Work Day, so I had extra incentive. (I normally ride my Takara Tribute, but … Continue reading
I’m going on my first century in a long time tomorrow. Here’s what I’m bringing for the ride. Continue reading
With a 20-year-old bike, would I be better off buying new parts for it, or an entirely new bike? Continue reading
Grrr! Soma’s “Morning Rush” coffee cup holder uses a Cat Eye H-27 bracket, which (of course) is not the same bracket that came with my HL-350 headlight, which is the only Cat Eye headlight stocked by my LBS (Peak Adventures). … Continue reading