Tag Archives: bicycle book

Lanterne Rouge: Eleven Bicycle Books

When one looks at one’s possessions and admits to oneself that it’s All Too Much to Bear, it’s time to clean house. Some things are easier to pitch than others, but let’s not discuss electronics, computers or broken bird feeders. … Continue reading

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This cycling capital may be even more interesting than you thought it was

It really isn’t about the bike. It’s about how bikes get used, abused, stolen, abandoned, drowned, repaired, promoted and redeemed. Continue reading

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Advocacy merger; Tern Link, uh, link

U.S. advocacy groups, including the League of American Bicyclists, are talking merger, which raises some apples-and-oranges questions. (Cyclelicious) What do I think of the new Tern Link P7i folding bicycle with seven-speed hub, the neatest adjustable handlebar stem ever, fenders … Continue reading

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