Tag Archives: Bicycle Quarterly

Why you should read Bicycle Quarterly

Imagine Edward Hopper bringing a big rubber stamp down on Nighthawks. COMPLETED BY HOPPER, JANUARY 21, 1942. Continue reading

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Bicycle companies: great places to work. Plus, rod-operated drum brakes

Bicycle Retailer reports more than a dozen of Outside Magazine’s 100 Best Places to Work are bicycle companies. Continue reading

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Quick Look: Boxer Camponneur

Update 1/22/15: Boxer’s website has been down for some time. This Boxer Camponneur may become an even rarer machine. When I saw Mitch Hull’s Boxer Camponneur at the 2012 Bob Galloway Memorial Amish Country Bicycle Tour, I recognized a bicycle that would … Continue reading

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Terning one. Car-free NY streets in Aug. And cranking with grease

Tern Bicycles is one year old. The company expects to build 100,000 folding bicycles by the end of 2012. (Bike Biz) Tern’s largest volume dealer is NYCeWheels, though what that volume might be is a mystery. (Pitch Engine) You’ll probably … Continue reading

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