Category Archives: Co-Motion tandem

Aside by side

I don’t usually spend this much time developing a well-researched, thoughtful and detailed essay on SUV marketing, popularity and distribution, but jeebus, Toyota. Jeebus.

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A quick stop to say only you can prevent Pumpkin Spice Latte

You take a picture of a pumpkin field for the same reason you take a picture of Rambler. You don’t see them all the time. If your world was full of pumpkins and Ramblers, you’d probably be on the lookout for cornfields and F-150s. Continue reading

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Filling a hole with money. Or, two-buck luck

Dear Sir: While the bald rear tire of my tandem still holds air, I will tell you what a dandy duct-tape product you make. Continue reading

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The things we carried: Door County 2015

Let’s see what we pulled out of the handlebar bag—and why we put them in there in the first place. Continue reading

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The loneliness of the long-distance water bottle. Co-Motion in Louisville

Larger-diameter tubes keep the bikes from turning into flexible flyers. The visual result, at least to my eye, is super clean. And that’s even though the decals got bigger along with the frame tubes. If nothing else, it makes it easier to know exactly what brand of bicycle is passing you at the Midwest Tandem Rally. Continue reading

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Maybe the most important thing to remember about the eccentric bottom bracket shell

Not knowing how to solve the issue, I did the smart thing. I walked away from it. Continue reading

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Co-Motion quint on the San Diego boardwalk

Speed limit on San Diego’s Ocean Front Walk is eight miles an hour, which makes this the slowest moving Co-Motion quint you’re likely to see. Continue reading

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