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Miss January 2009

The 2009 Female Mechanics Calendar features New York wrench Susan Lindell (pictured above) in January. The calendar is attractively laid out and nicely produced. Anyone looking for a holiday gift for an independent female could do worse than choosing this calendar. And, if that weren’t enough, there’s a Calendar Release Party at the Luscious Garage read more »

An American survey of dooring laws

The Senate Transportation Committee of the Virginia General Assembly today consider SB 736, an anti-dooring bill that would bring Virginia’s motor vehicle code in line with the 90% of the nation that has the identical law on their books. Unfortunately, after some legislators and other opinion makers have branded what should be common sense as read more »

Blacked out bicycle blogs

In spite of Wednesday’s SOPA/PIPA-inspired blackout, several hundred people still visited Cyclelicious. Many of you all searched for pictures of “JNCO Baggy Pants”

Reader’s Choice: Your top 10 stories of 2011

Last week, I told you about the bike related news that caught my eye in 2011. But what, dear reader, tickled your fancy over this past year? Take a look at the pages with the most views since January 1.

Monday Morning Report

After several minor quakes rattled the South Bay last week, a magnitude 6.5 earthquake about 20 miles off of the California coast shook coastal towns in Humboldt County Saturday afternoon. Damage mostly consisted of downed power lines, broken pipes, shattered glass and toppled shelves. Mark Ritz of Kinetic Koffee in Arcata momentarily lost power and read more »

Help wanted: NAHBS coverage

The 2009 North American Handmade Bicycle Show happens next February 27 to March 1 next year in Indianapolis. This is a fantastic opportunity for those of you in the Midwest to see some truly outstanding bike stuff. Admission is $35 for all three days. I’m looking for one or two people who are willing to read more »