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The wheels on the bike go round and round….

Happy Friday everybody! I have a whole pile of links for your weekend browsing pleasure. Cool looking cyclist on CNN. Fun bubble blower for your bicycle. Whee! James of Bicycle Design has his 15 minutes of fame! Spare Cycles: Gas Bike cartoon. New York bike shortages. Bike on bike violence. Ask Umbra on the carbon read more »

The wheels on the bike go round and round

I searched on Google for “The wheels on the bike go round and round.” The very first hit is the Big Purple Dinosaur himself singing the song and riding a bike! The wheels on the bike go round and round,Round and round. Round and round,The wheels on the bike go round and round,All through the read more »

The wheels on the bike go round and round

RocBike posts his Bicycle Haiku, and nice little love poem about his Motobecane. Don’t forget also about Honku, the Zen Antidote to Road Rage. Ouch! Maybe some road-raging motorists need the Zen Antidote: Motorist bites cyclist’s ear off! A motorist in Germany passed two cyclists very closely, although the entire roadway was clear. One of read more »

Up Chuck on Revolights City v2.0 Wheels

Revolights sent me a set of their City v2.0 Wheels a few weeks ago. These are wheels with Revolights light rings riveted to the rims. The v2.0 City Wheels come available with a fixed gear hub, a singlespeed hub, or a Shimano 9/10 speed compatible freehub with 36 spoke 2 cross. I am testing the read more »

Bike train this Wednesday and other bike updates

San Jose Bike Train rides again this Wednesday, March 5, 2014. One of my colleagues at the office was kind enough to share his germs with me during a meeting last week, so let’s hope my nasty head cold heals up before then. Details and more bike stuff below the spiffy Bike Train logo.

San Jose Bike Train coming soon

I’m talking with Lady Fleur and a couple of other people to start up a San Jose Bike Train. A bike train is a no-drop (~10 MPH) group commute designed specifically to help newcomers overcome obstacles like wayfinding. Our initial route will begin from Diridon Station in San Jose, with maybe a spur from near read more »