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Cargo bicycle frame building school

Frame building apprenticeship emphasizes cargo bicycles building The Center for Appropriate Transport (CAT) announced a new apprenticeship program to teach the fundamentals of bicycle frame building, with particular emphasis on the construction of cargo bicycles, tricycles and trailers. CAT will also provide participants with hands-on instruction for starting and operating a successful cargo bicycle delivery read more »

Over the hill on an electric bicycle

Neal at NTS Works in Santa Cruz built up a prototype Fat Free electric assist bicycle for me to try over the next few days. Of course I took it straight from assembly to a 32 mile ride with 2000 feet of elevation over the Santa Cruz Mountains without so much as a shakedown ride.

Hurricane Biker Girls of Lower Manhattan

NYC film maker Casey Neistat spent the night of Sandy biking around the flooded streets of Manhattan. Here’s his video of that night.


It’s a beautiful day in Santa Cruz. My dog certainly enjoyed the weather as she rode to the dog park on the Burley cargo trailer with my daughter and I.


As I waited for my bus this morning in Santa Cruz, I watched five CalFire trucks pull into the Starbucks parking lot behind me. They were returning from working overnight in San Bruno about 60 miles away, where a two foot gas pipeline built in 1948 exploded and obliterated an entire neighborhood. Fire departments, CalFire read more »

Matthew Paris apology

Matthew Paris is the London Times writer who joked about decapitating cyclists. He apologized in his column today. Via Dave Moulton. More stuff below the cool bicycle montage. Paul Tay’s latest venture? L’Equipe: Compelling evidence shows that the entire T-Mobile squad doped. It’s COLD and SNOWY in big swaths of the United States and Canada, read more »