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Bicycle jobs March 6

There are some interesting jobs available in the bicycle industry and related fields… Boston: Bicycle Tour Travel Consultant Denver: Gopher for a “small, nationally recognized manufacturing company in the bicycle industry.” Hmm, who could it be? Spot? Gates? Flagstaff: Bike Trailer Shop needs people to join them. Houston: Bike taxi operator. Smells like a scam read more »

Bicycle careers March 27 2012

Spring is here and I see dozens of bike shop job openings for sales help and mechanics on Craigslist all around the nation. I don’t normally post these kinds of jobs since they’re very local and you’re not likely to relocate for something like that, but I’ll make an exception for this one since my read more »

Top stories 2011

Here is my month-by-month recap of bicycle stories that have caught my eye and yours through 2011. I’ll post a few quick quizes later today here at Cyclelicious; first to answer the questions correctly wins a free Kindle download of Keith Snyder’s new collection of bicycle short stories. Reading over this now after I post, read more »

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Bikes = Economic Catastrophe

Will the US DOT recent policy change giving equal weight for multiple transportation modes result in ‘economic catastrophe’? US Transportation Secretary Ray Lahood’s March 15 policy announcement favoring bicycle transportation received a lot of favorable press from bike wonks like you and I. The National Association of Manufacturers fears the impact this policy could have read more »

Small town wants bike tourists

The people of Twin Bridges, Montana like touring cyclists so much they’re establishing a campground just for cyclists. “I have met dozens of cyclists passing through and they were some of the nicest people I ever have met,” says local resident Bill White. “So, I gathered the troops and moved a concept to a reality. read more »

Vote for me and I’ll set you free

Rap on, Brother, rap on. I’m reading way too much bad news. Cheer me up with something, you all. “I heart my bike” by Michelle Mauly. James talks about a cool turn signal jacket along with some other interesting links over at his Bicycle Design blog. This is interesting: For 20 years now, workers in read more »