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2008 Bicycle News

I hope you all are having a great day. Here’s the day after New Year edition of the Bicycle Blog Roundup. Tres cool Dragon Bicycle. Via. Urban Velo Magazine Issue #5 is available for download. Bikes banned from Melbourne (Australia) trains. Boo. More news below the image. Seattle Most Visible Cyclist contest December winner. Submit read more »

Bicycles, extreme weather, and drought

I and others have commented on the obligatory news photos and videos of somebody on a bike during extreme weather events such as hurricanes and blizzards. We even had a unicycle photobomb a story about a Utah ice storm this winter. And now, we have a news photo of a man riding his unicycle through… read more »

Mr. Carson rides a bicycle

Actor Jim Carter is an avid cyclist.

Bay Area Bike News

It’s going to be a wonderful weekend in California. Lots going on this week and next in the San Francisco Bay Area and nearby areas.

Bombay Bicycle Club

India’s first bicycle share in Mumbai suburb V. Ramesh was an executive at a financial services firm in India when he quit to start “FreMo“, what he claims is India’s first bicycle share in Thane, a northeastern suburb of Mumbai (aka Bombay). Some areas of Thane have the horribly choked traffic characteristic of many highly read more »

US CPSC not to enforce lead standards on bicycles

The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 lowers allowable lead levels for all children products. The bicycle industry freaked when they realized there’s no way they can sell bike tires, brakes and other components with legally required lead levels. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) stay, which was announced in May, takes effect today. read more »