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Chris Hipp RIP

I really don’t know what to say — the facts are that local entrepenuer Chris Hipp passed Tuesday morning on his way to a local ride. He’s not much older than me, though he was a much better cyclist. I’ve heard he was felled by an aneurysm or an embolism, but I don’t really know read more »

Christmas tree transport by bike

Video description says, “This is what you get with my hippie sister, my creative dad, my mom’s point + shoot camera. Bicycle Power.”

NAHBS: Adventures in Off Road Adventure Bikes

[Publisher's Note: Justin is being coy when he writes about these adventure bikes and fails to mention his own participation in the 2012 Tour de Divide -- and on a single speed bike, no less.] Most – if not all the bikes being shown at this year’s NAHBS are head turners, and the variety of 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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Tour de Fashion 2011: Mike Salvatore

Michael Salvatore, CEO of Bowery Lane Bicycles, is all smiles at the 2011 Tour de Fashion launch this morning in Manhattan.

Cargo bike compare & contrast

There’s a nice writeup on five kid and cargo carriers at Treehugger today. They looked at the Yuba Mundo (v. 3.0), Taga trike / stroller, Stokemonkey + Xtracycle, Bakfiets, and one handmade bike — the ShuttleBug from Joe Bike in Portland, OR. After you’ve read the Treehugger article, come back here to see a few read more »