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EcoVelo bike photo contest

EcoVelo is holding a photo contest with cool prizes. I don’t want the prizes (I get plenty of schwag already — if I get something I’ll just pass it along to somebody else), but I think I’ll submit these photos to the contest. Green bike socks. Mrs Fritz with her Breezer Villager. “I pity da 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 »

Hump Day Link Love

Happy Hump Day. Rain in Santa Cruz and San Jose this morning! I was shocked. Outside Magazine uses one of my Tyler Hamilton photos in a three page review of his new book The Secret Race. Hamilton raced for Rock Racing in 2009 when I shot him during the individual time trial in Sacramento.

Heat wave

Happy Friday! I know Biking Viking and the rest of you in America east of the Rocky Mountains are suffering through a heat wave, but it’s jacket weather here in California in the middle of July. That means perfect weather for tonight’s San Jose Bike Party ride. The theme: “Mad Science.” Tonight’s ride starts promptly read more »

Virtual Alleycat winners

The three winners of the Custom Bicycles Passionate Pursuit virtual alleycat have been selected. Congratulations to Ann in Cleveland Heights, OH; Kit in Sunnyvale, CA; and Jon in Chico, CA. The prize is the wonderful coffee table book Custom Bicycles A Passionate Pursuit from Image Publishing. Thank you very much for Image Publishing for providing read more »

Carson Blume’s nail through tire rim

There’s something pretty amazing about this cycling photo Carson Blume took today. You may need to click on it to see it large and in detail. It’s not the fact that Carson Blume — a talented professional photographer — is using a craptastic phone camera on his rides. Even pros don’t like to carry their read more »