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Bike Skirt

A nice new blog is Bike Skirt by Anna and Elisa of Birmingham, Alabama. Here’s Anna with her bike “‘Geot” — pronounced “Joe”, because it’s a Peugeot, get it? Elisa started riding a bicycle to get fit, but before long she found she liked bicycling so much committed to making bicycling her primary form of read more »

Girls and skirts and boots and bikes

Happy Monday! The “Buck Brothers” from London sing about girls, skirts, boots and bikes. I’m totally using this song for my next bike video. Amazon.com Widgets If you want some bike porn, take a look at sexy bicycles. Yowza! Pedal straps with metal spikes!! Bay Area Coming up… San Jose Bike PARTY FRIDAY! Theme: “Where’s read more »

Betabrand women’s bike commuter apparel for 2015

You might know Betabrand for their fleece “dress slacks” and YouTube ads for their awesomely obnoxious disco pants, but did you know this San Francisco clothing manufacturer has been selling practical urban cycling apparel since at least 2010? A woman’s cycling pant was added in 2012, and they’ve continued to expand their women’s bike-to-work clothing read more »

Annie Cohen Kopchovsky biked around the world

March is Women’s History Month, when bike bloggers quote Susan B. Anthony ( bicycling “has done more to emancipate women than anything else in the world”) and temperance reformer Frances Willard, who used bicycling as a metaphor for control over her destiny. Their achievements are notable, but let’s talk about the first woman to wheel read more »

The incorporation of San Jose Bike Party

Last year, an attorney began contacting San Jose Bike Party organizers, volunteers and riders while preparing a lawsuit against a shopping center where a Bike Party participant injured herself during one of the monthly night rides. This conversation prompted a few in the cohort to talk about ways to protect themselves from liability.

Tuesday Bike News:

Good morning from California. Carlton Reid reminds us that it’s our own stupid fault the motor car became so popular. We cyclists insisted on hard surface roads. We wanted road rules to keep pedestrians out of the way. Because cycling as a hobby belonged mostly to deranged, sport-minded young men with a bent for innovation, read more »