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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 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 »

Move Interbike to … somewhere else?

This article in Bike Europe about Interbike 2007 has some interesting tidbits about the show and the future of Interbike: Attendance: 22,515 unique badge-holders, of whom 11,054 were buyers. This is up from 21,682 and 10,378 respectively in 2006. 3,787 unique businesses (retailers) represented at the show, up from last year’s 3,239. Vegas sucks? On read more »

Triple amputee on a trike

Travis Prebble “puts people to pedals” by adaptings bikes and trikes for people with physical limitations. He writes about a Catrike recumbent that was modified for a 12 year old missing both legs and a his right hand.

Cyclist always at fault!

On September 10, I Bike Fresno (California) posted a link on their Facebook page to a bike safety article in the Fresno Bee. The article itself isn’t that important: it’s the usual reminder that cyclists are required to obey the law, with the usual followup comments from law-abiding avid cyclists rebuking all of those naughty read more »

Puma Bikes website live

Do you remember those colorful bikes with “colours inspired by island culture in the Atlantic” that Biomega created for Puma? You can now buy them online or at Puma stores.