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Rear view of my commute

I’ve been having some fun with the GoPro Wide Angle Hero Cam. Steve Woo captured his spectacular Wente Criterium Crash over the weekend and was able to do a post-mortem of the crash with his front and rear mounted GoPro. My rear view of part of my commute isn’t nearly as exciting, but it occurs read more »

Jamis Commuter 4.0 review

Some of you in the South Bay and Santa Cruz have seen me riding this Jamis Commuter 4.0 around this past month. I hope you like my milk carton kickstand. I reviewed the Jamis Commuter 4.0 for Road Bike Review. Note that this is the 2008 model. There are a couple of substantial additions in 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 »

How Wars Are Won: Book review

Because a good portion of my commute is by bus, I read many books. I try picking books on topics in which I have little interest in the hope of learning something new and interesting. A while ago I though I’d learn something about military history, so I randomly chose A History of Warfare by read more »

Sea Otter Stories: Fear And Loathing In Laguna Seca

Cain Ramirez is the Co-Founder and CEO of Cowgirl Bike Courier. He has been designated by Cyclelicious as part of the less-than-one percent of transportation cyclists that identify as “Strong & Fearless”. It started off as a joke. Rich had just posted a press release for the Sea Otter Classic on Twitter. In it was mention of read more »

Transportation: 50 years of development in a 50 second bike video

Commuters in Silicon Valley and throughout the San Francisco Bay Area deal with the frustration of their daily car commute. Historically, transportation departments have defaulted to a solution that involves removing housing to make space for more highway lanes.