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cycling podcasts

What could be finer than to queue up a bunch of cycling podcasts, take out the tools, and tune up the bike? Well, maybe riding the bike would be better, but sooner or later you’ll need to do some maintenance, and the time will fly by if you listen to a podcast while you’re working. read more »

more cycling and smart transport podcasts

Resist twitter by listening to cycling podcasts! Thanks to The Bike Show at Resonance FM, I learned of an Australian show called Bike Love. Speaking of Resonance FM, The Bike Show has special coverage on the Spring Classic Races this week. The Puma, courtesy of Engadget One of my favorite non-cycling podcasts is the geeky read more »

Jon Winston of Bikescape

More bike blogging people: Say hello to Jon Winston of the Bikescape Cycling Podcast. Jon lives in San Francisco and mostly covers urban issues, transportation and how they relate to cycling. You can see him carrying portable recording equipment to record his podcasts on the fly. Go find some good stuff at his blog.

Carson Blume’s nail through tire rim

There’s something pretty amazing about this cycling photo Carson Blume took today. You may need to click on it to see it large and in detail. It’s not the fact that Carson Blume — a talented professional photographer — is using a craptastic phone camera on his rides. Even pros don’t like to carry their 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 »

2008 Tour of California Stage 7: Bad weather, great racing

Another nasty day of cold rain punished the peloton as they rode from Santa Clarita to Pasadena in Stage 7 today in the 2008 Amgen Tour of California. In the end, a five man breakaway battled it out in the final kilometer, with George Hincapie winning Team High Road’s first stage win in this final read more »