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I love you, You love me

Are we a happy family? I just wanna say: If you ride a bicycle, you’re A-OK in my book. I don’t care what you ride, why you ride, where you ride, and what you wear while riding — it’s all good. Prompted by Jack “Ghost Rider” Sweeney @ Bike Commuters, who wonders, “Can’t We All read more »

Keyless security for your bike wheel

Bicycle wheel security without special keys using Kryptonite Gravity WheelNutz and WheelBoltz Kryptonite announced these products a couple of years ago and I completely missed them because I was so focused on their then-new “Messenger Mini+,” which is the Kryptonite Mini with a rear wheel shackle designed specifically for quick locking and unlocking. Kryptonite also read more »

Santa Cruz builders at NAHBS 2016 in Sacramento

All of the usual suspects from Santa Cruz County will return with their selection of beautiful wares at the 2016 North American Handmade Bicycle Show beginning Friday, February 26, 2016 (tomorrow!) at the Sacramento Convention Center. I can’t get over John Caletti’s show bike, the CALETTI X KILLE, so let’s talk about that first.

GloveTacts allow mobile device use with your gloves

Last December, GloveTacts sent me a set of their stick-on conductive pads that enable mobile device use with your full finger gloves. The short of it: they’re durable, and they work as advertised.

A step through frame from Faraday Bikes

Three years ago, Faraday introduced their electric bike, notable because it’s much prettier than other ebikes, among other features. Earlier this week, Faraday launched a crowd-funding campaign for a step-through model they call the “Cortland” (rhymes with Portland?).

Sacramento: North American Handmade Bicycle Show coming Real Soon Now

Reminder: The 2016 North American Handmade Bicycle Show takes place February 26 – 28 at the Sacramento Convention Center. I’ll be there either Friday or Saturday (or maybe both days), mostly covering Santa Cruz framebuilders but I’ll check everybody out. If you like bikes and people associated with bikes, I recommend attending if you can. read more »