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Tag Archives: Moulton
Word on the street: Al Cappello, Portapedal Bike, Tempe, Arizona
“When I get a phone call here, it’s somebody saying, hey, I love the bike, I want to order one for my wife. In architecture it’s hey, one of you guys made a mistake in the dimensions, and it’s a $25,000 mistake. Who’s going to pay for it?” Continue reading
Posted in Bike Friday tikit, Brompton, Business, Dahon, Montague bicycle, Tern Bicycles Tagged Al Cappello, Arizona, bicycle shop, Bike Friday, Brompton Mafia, Brooks, folding bicycle, Moulton, Phoenix, Portapedal, Ryan Guzy, Tempe Leave a comment
Bicycle commuters love L.A. And Philly speeders trigger red light.
Interesting report. Who knew 6 percent of all commuters in Gainesville, Florida, arrived by bicycle? Continue reading
Posted in Infrastructure, Weekly Linker Tagged bolts, Citibike, commuting, Los Angeles, Moulton, New York, Old West Scenic Bikeway, Oregon, Philadelphia, speed limit Leave a comment
Moulton and Starley remembered. And Giant turns 40.
In 1950s Europe, adults rode bicycles with big wheels and children rode bicycles with small wheels. Then Alex Moulton introduced a small-wheeled bicycle with suspension front and rear, and the 1960s gained a distinctive cultural silhouette. A newspaper in Great … Continue reading
Posted in Equipment, History, Other bicycles, Weekly Linker Tagged Giant, Moulton, Paisley tricycle, Starley Leave a comment
50 years of small wheels. Fat tires to the South Pole
Haven’t read the book yet (patience, it’s in the reading stack), but I did take 46 seconds to see Elly Blue’s Everyday Bicycling video. See you out there, too, Blue. (Taking the Lane) 50 years of small wheels, that’s the … Continue reading
Posted in Other bicycles, Weekly Linker Tagged Eric Larson, Everyday Bicycling, Moulton, Richard Sachs Leave a comment
Weekly Linker: September 21, 2011
The just-opened Indy (Indianapolis, Indiana) Bike Hub YMCA offers indoor bicycle parking and showers downtown. The mayor says, “We are making great strides to make Indianapolis a more bicycle-friendly city.” (Indy Bike Hub YMCA) Hugh Jackman takes a celebrity turn … Continue reading
Posted in Brompton, Business, Infrastructure, Other bicycles, Weekly Linker Tagged Bike Hub, Hugh Jackman, Indianapolis, Moulton Leave a comment
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