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Interbike 2008 coverage

I’m leaving town in the morning for Interbike. You can expect a few hundred photos of good bike porn and the people of Interbike over at my Flickr photostream. Most of my updates will be posted to Commute By Bike. You can expect to see coverage about Bianchi’s 2009 lineup, the new “Ascend” Iso Truss read more »

Interbike: East coast demo days?

Interbike organizers are apparently contemplating demo days on the USA east coast near Providence, Rhode Island. Interbike sent surveys to mid-Atlantic and New England retailers in November to gauge their interest in this event. Read more at Bicycle Retailer & Industry News. More bicycle news James has been reviewing the Strida folding bicycle. Bicycling magazine: read more »

Interbike 2007 preview

Click here for Interbike 2007 Coverage Interbike 2007 Expo begins next Wednesday and I’ll be there to report on product news, trends, and photos on behalf of CommuteByBike. I’ll drool over the high dollar race-worthy gear, clothing and training aids, of course, but I’ll take a close look at: Family cycling accessories like the iBert read more »

Dating advice from fixed gear cyclists

The post started out kind of clever but then went downhill. Google for it if you’re interested. Orange brakeless fixie photo by me in Las Vegas… LA Times talks about Sport Utility Bikes. Ken Conley’s Interbike photography experience. Santa Clara County Trail Count news coverage. Suzue caps and shirts from Soma Fabrications. Pedal Powered Tank. read more »

More Eurobike photos — parts and stuff

In my earlier Eurobike post, I misidentified one of the sites as Mountain Bike Review. I was mistaken — MTBTR.com is actually a Turkish mountain bike magazine. I don’t read Turkish, but the site looks pretty slick. The folks from MTBTR are at Eurobike 2009 and now they’ve posted seven pages of photos of components, read more »

Cycling: A sport for body, mind and earth

USA Cycling coach Will Schneider talks about the merits of cycling as sport in this video. Scheider offers coaching through VO2 max Out in New York. More cycling news Bike Lawyer Bob Mionske weighs in with his opinions about the Cupertino crash. Coverage in the Bay Area continues with this story of the victims’ families’ read more »