Saturday, February 11, 2012
-Cane Creek Stem
-FSA Vero Cranks
-All City Hubs with Alex Race 32 Rims
-Tektro center pull front and back breaks
-All City Saddle
-Salsa Bell Lap Cyclocross drop bars with glow in in the dark bar tape
-Kenda Small Block 8 Tire on the front and WTB Pathway Tire on back
I'm asking $650. The bike is amazing and has only been raced twice and ridden maybe 6 other times.
- Location: short north
- it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
Friday, February 10, 2012
Thursday, February 9, 2012
- Give local governments a voice in transportation. The amendment ensures that cities and counties will have a voice in making transportation decisions about safer streets in communities.
- Make Main Street safer for all users. Bicycle and pedestrian deaths make up 14% of all traffic fatalities, but less than 2% of federal transportation funds go towards making walking and biking safer. The Cardin-Cochran amendment would allow local governments to fund the sidewalks, crosswalks, and bikeways that keep people safe.
- Invest wisely in transportation infrastructure. Walking and biking infrastructure is low-cost, creates more jobs per dollar than any other kind of highway spending, and is critical to economic development for Main Street America.
- Incentivizes state-level highway construction over local safety projects. The base bill takes transportation choices away from local governments by allowing state Departments of Transportation to siphon off limited funds from local street safety projects for expensive highway construction.
- Cuts dedicated funding for walking and biking. As written, the Senate bill disproportionately cuts walking and bicycling funding that local governments use to keep Main Street safe.
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Structure is 1 of 2 local historic buildings in peril.
Breaking traffic rules, almost a national sport in France, has just been legalised – but only for Parisian cyclists.
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
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Monday, February 6, 2012
Cycling Da Brim™
- Adjustable front visor angle and rear brim height to accommodate different riding styles, user preferences, and helmet designs
- Front strap keeps brim from flopping forward and impairing vision
- Rear brim height adjustment also allows for effective use with backpacks and hydration packs
- One size fits most.
- Tested to combined wind speeds of 25 mph (sum of your speed and wind from all directions). NOTE: This model is not designed for high speed downhill descents or performance cycling
In this episode, we discover NZ's most bike friendly town, Nelson! Not only is it great for biking, it also has great beer (reminds you of a few places like that in the states right?).
We talk to an artist turned bike tour operator and a local businessman who built a ferry to serve cyclists and pedestrians.