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Bicycle parts bin

I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. I think most Cyclelicious readers aren’t really into professional bicycle racing, so here’s a bone for you all to gnaw on while I continue with Tour of California coverage. You might also want to geek out over the cool and slightly bizarre stuff at Bike Hacks. Lifehacker: read more »

Bicycle chain lube advice, 1898

As seen in the July 1 1888 issue of League of American Wheelmen “Good Roads Bulletin.” The number is a League of American Wheelmen member number, I believe. To secure a smooth and easy-running chain, No. 43,361 thinks there is no method equal to soaking it thoroughly in gasoline or benzine, scrubbing it clean with read more »

Leaf spring fork for fat bikes

A couple of young Scandinavian bros with cute Icelandic accents showed their leaf spring suspension fork to me at the Sea Otter Classic last week. They call their company “Lauf,” which is Icelandic for “leaf” and also references a well-known Viking motif involving a heroic stabbing death for a favored henchman at the end of read more »

Bike distributor QBP to setup USA manufacturing

Quality Bike Products (QBP) — the large, national distributor behind familiar brands such as Civia, Dimension, Foundry,Salsa Cycles, Surly, Whisky Parts Co. and 45North — plan to begin manufacturing their own bikes in Minnesota within the next two years. QBP is the largest distributor of bicycle parts and accessories in the United States, with many read more »

California exhibitors at NAHBS 2013

Watch for posts here from NAHBS 2013 which begins today in Denver, Colorado. And watch for these exhibitors from the great state of California. I’ll highlight are Santa Cruz County builders Real Soon Now.

New, modular lightweight multitool

Two pieces, four tools, and it converts into a tool with a handle for leverage!