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The Bicycle Thief - Movie Trailer

I have never seen this movie. Anybody????

Stolen Bike Alert - A.J.

Specialized Allez road bike Black/White/Silver Aluminum Diamond with Carbon fork & stays Shimano rims & Gatorback tires Ultegra components with DuraAce rear deraileur Shimano SPD pedals Gel seat Cateye computer Bag mounted under seat with extra tube and tools in nylon pouch Serial number: (Garbled on receipt) either P47M10586 or P44M10586 Police report filed # 090547979 Stolen from Grandview area 7-1-09 Please email me at raymondmgeorge@gmail.com

Get your bike battle on! - Columbus Underground

Bikes ARE supposed to have license plates and the better lovefest, Bikes Should Have License Plates

Momentum Magazine - new issue is out!

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get it here...

The Competition Bicycle - Outside Magazine Gallery

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the full gallery is here...

The Golden Age of Handbuilt Bicycles - Outside Magazine Gallery

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photo gallery here...

Gel-bot - Combine your water and gel

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24 fl. oz. liquid capacity. 3.2 oz. gel capacity. Energize at speed with the Gel-Bot water bottle system. Patent Pending ENERGY-CORE technology allows you to eat gel or drink from one bottle. With less mess and faster more consistent feeding, GEL-BOT enables you to stay in front of the pack. the site....

The Great Allegheny Passage

I rode the ATA section a few years back...

C&O Towpath Ride in July

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The 184.5 mile long Chesapeake & Ohio Canal is located along the north bank of the Potomac River, starting in Washington, DC and ending in Cumberland, MD. The canal was built between 1828 and 1850, and it operated sporadically between floods until 1924. In 1954, US Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas organized an eight day hike up the canal's towpath in an effort to save it from being converted to a parkway. His efforts succeeded, and in 1971 the canal became a National Historic Park. Today, much of the canal has been drained of water and reclaimed by the forest. However, the canal's towpath remains a favorite of hikers, joggers, and bicyclists. Like myself, many local cyclists have considered trying to bike the entire 184 miles between Georgetown and Cumberland, MD. I started biking large sections of the lower 60 miles with high school buddies back around 1981. (This was before ATBs so I used my "Sear's Best" Ross 10-speed). Since then, I've comple

Cycle Italia

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This is a match made in Paradiso! We've married our unabashed passion for Italy with our extensive experience leading high-performance bicycle tours to produce hand crafted, small-group tours that we personally guide through cycling heaven - Italy. In no other country will you feel such respect for the sport of cycling. Come share the Italian passion for all good things in life: friends, food, wine, beauty... and the sport that comes from the heart. What sets us apart? CycleItalia was formed to serve those whose passion for cycling is matched only by their passion for Italian countryside, wine, and cuisine. For over a decade, we've heard your requests for longer trips, smaller groups, more riding days, authentic local foods, and unexplored regions. In 1998, we responded by creating CycleItalia with trips for those who love to "pedale forte, mangia bene" (ride hard, eat well) Why ride in Italy? The Best Place to Ride on Earth. Period. Chef’s woo you. Drivers ch

Urban Velo Issue 14 is available now!

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Urban Velo #14 is now available online. Contents Include: The Fed - Hardcourt Bike Polo Considers Its Future, Crit Racing, Barcelona Tiene Poder, Windy City Wool, Safe Routes Revolution, KC Urban Cyclist Project, Stem Clamp Penny Trick, What’s in There? - Inside Conventional Freewheels, Looking Where You’ve Been, Love Riding in the City, Residue and No Exit. Download it for free, or order a printed copy online.

Mailbag: handbuilt bikes here in Cbus

I'm also recruiting great/experienced road riders for a crit/road team next year. Id like to form a team of five including myself. Of course with this comes a custom made steel bike. Most likely made from columbus SL. riders will be responsible for material cost only involved with making of their bikes. stanridgespeed.blogspot.com Any questions?! I'll be happy to answer! adam@stanridgespeed.com Adam C. Eldridge Stanridge Speed Bicycles 104 Nursery Lane Columbus, OH. 43206 614-443-1193

Ride 6/29/2009 - Ride Report

Pretty good ride. Lot of old faces, a bunch of new people. Two tandems were out in the crowd of at least 70 people. We rode south then east and had flats on 5th. As soon as we started moving we had another flat. A few people stayed back and fixed the tire. They caught up to us later. We headed north past Crew Stadium and east into the neighborhoods. We looped back west on Weber and stopped near the trail. I rode south on the trail with Andy and Bethia and down Neil into town back to the bar. I had 24 miles. Your mileage may have varied.

Bike Price List

Bike Price list Prices correspond to pictures on Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/raymondmgeorge/sets/72157618961136968/ contact Xenia at 614-286-4039 after six p.m. 1. Woman’s Blue Drake, hand brakes $100 2. Green Willawood Ladies Huffy Coaster bike $75 3. Aeroflight Rollfast, ladies blue one speed $75 4. Pinkish men’s bike w/basket 2 Mark on bikestem $75 5. Woman’s blue hand brake Schwinn Collegiate 3speed coaster brake $100 6. Man’s Black Sears 3 speed Sears $50 7. Man’s Sheffeld Dunelt England 3 speed $150 8. Woman’s Red Collegiate 3speed Schwinn w/coaster brake $100 9. Man’s turn down handle bar Huffy 10 speed $75 10. Woman’s yellow Huffy 3 speed $100 11. Green Woman’s Unispeed, with brown seat $75 12. CBC Ross Europa Ladies one speed blue $75 13. Ladies blue Murray $75 14. A mix of many bikes hanging from rafters $50 to $100 (must call to see)** 15. Roadmaster Murray, blue $75 16. Western flyer/Sonic F

Comfest Bike Parking Pics

Officer On Bike Struck By Cruiser During Pursuit - Columbus, OH

OLUMBUS, Ohio — An officer was injured Saturday during a pursuit on the city's east side. Police said two officers, one in a cruiser and another on a bicycle, were chasing a suspected robber in the area of Eastland Mall at about 8 p.m., 10TV News reported. During the pursuit, the officer in the cruiser struck the officer on the bicycle. The injured officer, whose name was not immediately released, was transported to Grant Medical Center in stable condition, police said. Police said the robber was suspected of taking more than $300 worth of merchandise from a department store. He was arrested and was expected to face charges in connection with the robbery. Stay with 10TV News and 10TV.com for more information.