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Friday Night Link Love

It’s been a while since I’ve reciprocated some of the wonderful link love I’ve received. Enjoy. Chiggins It’s Just A Ride. Urban Velo. Drive My Bike. Bike Carson. Hole In the Wall. No Brakes Atlanta. JASB. Bike Date Santa Monica. Get Outdoors. Cycling Dude. Treadly. Je Pedale. Let’s Go Ride A Bike. Pseudo Polymath. Eco read more »

Bicycle Blog Link Love

Happy Hump Day. I hope you find this collection of stories useful. Every cycling advocate should read this –> The Travails of a Novice Bike Commuter. I helped a hopelessly lost first time bike commuter last night on the Guadalupe River Trail in San Jose. She’s the fifth person I’ve helped find her way over read more »

Link love, Creative Commons, and attribution

Most of my photos uploaded to Flickr are licensed with the Creative Commons “Attribution – Share Alike” license. This means anybody is free to use my photos for any purpose with certain conditions (more on this below). I do this hoping it can be helpful to the people who use my photos to illustrate their read more »

Follow Friday: Tweeps of NAHBS

I’ve compiled a collection Twitter bike people attending the 2010 North American Handmade Bicycle Show in Richmond, Virginia. Exhibitors setup their booths last night, with the show opening to industry and media at 9 AM this morning and to the general public at 10AM. The location is the The Greater Richmond Convention Center, 403 N. read more »

Bicycles in the news and culture

Happy Friday. Remember, Santa Cruz “Tropicalismo” Bike Party ride happens tonight beginning 7 PM from the Bike Church. More bike news below the photo of the guy riding his bike through the “New Jungle” refugee camp in Calais, France. View image |

Life Sentence For Murder of Dutch Bike Shop Owner

I’m writing this Thursday night, but when this posts Friday morning I’ll hopefully be riding with the Santa Cruz To Google (SC2G) crew through various Mid Peninsula Open Space trail on an epic road + dirt commute to work over the Santa Cruz Mountains. Wish me luck.