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Survived the Cull: Eleven Bicycle Books

Last week I got rid of some books. Easy enough, you think—most of them were old, some of them were simplistic, all of them had to do with bicycle racing. Well, surprise, surprise: I didn’t get rid of all my … Continue reading

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Day 16. #30daysofbiking

Let’s face it. One of the earliest and most elegant bicycles was developed in Canada centuries ago. You may have missed the story in class due to the machinations of the international bicycle wheel lobby, an organization with members professionally … Continue reading

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Big wheel, modest income. And bicycling in Oregon adds up

When I worked in retail in the early 1980s, I liked Quality Bicycle Products because they had what my customers wanted, and its catalog was a pleasure to use. Today, Quality is more than a wholesale supplier to bicycle shops: … Continue reading

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