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Las Vegas Criterium photos

I took over 400 photos last night at the Las Vegas Criterium, and this is the only one that turned out. I was standing directly underneath Ken Conley, who’s much better at this than I am. Thank you to JT of Bicycle.Net who let me borrow his camera last night. Jim Langley is looking over read more »

Ten for 2010

Here are some of the bike events and shows I plan to do, attend, or cover in 2010. I hope to see you at some of these things. Mountain Biking in Santa Cruz this weekend. North American Handmade Bicycle Show will be in Richmond, VA February 26 – 28. I won’t be there personally; Heather read more »

Cycling photography tips

I’m not that great of a photographer — I’m lousy at composition, for example, and I’m not all that creative — but I do know a few things. If you’re standing along the route of a bicycle race and want to get that great shot, here are some handy tips for you. Get close to read more »

Interbike 2008 link love

Here are some of the bloggers who have their own take on Interbike. Check them out for their persepctives! I’m a major fanboy of Momentum Magazine, so I’m stoked to be pictured with about half of their crew here! Nan of Joy Rider Clothing is a real sweetheart from the East Bay who makes cycling read more »

People of Interbike 2008

RoadBikeReview and MTBR have their Virtual Tradebooths; I’ll do my Virtual Social Meetup. Ron of BikeWorldNews, Dennis Bean of Fixed Gear Gallery, and Steve Woo of Sportgenic. Mia of Momentum Magazine and Brad of Urban Velo. Fossil Fool rocks the best party at the Las Vegas Criterium. Behind him is Benjamin of Yuba Bikes. Tyler read more »

Interbike 2007 overview of bikes

Mountain bikes Everybody has 29er bikes. Even low-end vendor Dynacraft has full suspension and single 29er bikes for the mass mart market. Read Guitar Ted’s Floor Highlights at Twenty Nine Inches. The Ibis Tranny hardtail mountain bike was an interesting concept. The rear triangle can be completely removed for compact packing for travel. You can read more »