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Saturday, December 20, 2014
Posted by Raymond George at 7:00 PM
NEW FOR 2015!
Gravel, dirt-road and double track-exploring-longer touring-44mm tire clearance.
More Choices, More Fun-Building off the Routt, we added longer chain stays to provide a stable platform and the compatibility for 45mm wide tires, opening the door to more and more mixed-surface miles.
Durability-Designed and built to go capably where the roads get progressively rougher, the Routt 45 will perform for a lifetime.
Versatile-23mm skinny tires to 44mm knobbies, paved road to rough two-track, this is the uber multi-tool of bike designs equipped with disc brakes.
Posted by Raymond George at 5:00 PM
Friday, December 19, 2014
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Destination America del Sur - Argentine 2 from Charles Coderre on Vimeo.
We now have been traveling by bike for the last 5 months in South America. Starting with Peru and Bolivia. We are now in Argentina and will still be until beginning of January. This video is about our journey through the Lagos region!
Facebook: Charden Velomonde
Posted by Bill at 10:28 PM
Beneath the streets of Louisville, Kentucky, there lurks a monster. But this is no horror story, it’s one of dreams. Specifically, the wild dream to turn the largest cavern in the state of Kentucky into a multi-faceted business park that will soon be home to the largest underground bike park in the world. What sounds like an absolutely insane idea comes to us from co-owners of the Louisville Mega Cavern, Jim Lowry, Tom, and Don Tyler. After all, as Jim told us, their motto is “you have to be a little crazy.”
Crazy doesn’t begin to describe the Mega Cavern itself. Opened in the 1930′s by Ralph Rogers as a limestone mine, the man-made structure had been mined 24 hours a day for 42 years straight. When the digging was complete it had left a massive cavern with 4 million sq. feet and over 17 miles of passage ways. Considered to be the largest building in the state of Kentucky, the decision to turn the Mega Cavern into a business park required the creation of new building codes due to the out-of-the-ordinary circumstances.
Posted by Raymond George at 8:32 AM
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Posted by Bill at 8:00 AM