Tag Archives: Mike Honnold

Word on the street: PVC Pete

What you call goals I call upgrades. Eyes would be great. Continue reading

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Bicycles from Turbo Bob. Bridges from the 18th century

Trends moving through the non-folding world are also evident in the folding bicycle space, including disc brakes, belt drives and electric-assist motors. Continue reading

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Mike Honnold pedals the Netherlands (and returns to Peoria)

“Right away I could tell cycling was Priority Number One due to the number of bikes parked in the racks outside the train station. That many people would not be using bikes for transportation if the country made it difficult for them to be used.” Continue reading

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Wherestherack.org marks the spot of Peoria’s bicycle racks

Mike Honnold could have been the seventh generation of his family to pursue farming, but the Kansas, Illinois, native decided to study industrial technology instead. Today he works as an engineer for Caterpillar in Peoria. A former president of the … Continue reading

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