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A motorized cargo machine has many advantages. I can bust a move quickly into the flow of traffic, even with a heavy load on board. Riding at the same speed as traffic is a heck of a lot safer than being a slow-moving vehicle in a fast-moving world.
We're packing up the van and heading to Seattle this weekend for the largest consumer bike expo in the USA, held at the deluxe, two-story Smtih Cove Cruise Terminal overlooking Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains
The Boda Boda is a little bit longer than a regular bike, easy to maneuver onto bus racks and other public transportation, and can carry a child seat or adult passenger, two full bags of groceries, or both.
After the unfortunate passing of cycling innovator Dr. Alex Moulton earlier this week, we wanted to share the story of our 2010 visit with Moulton in England. It is reproduced here.
There’s something for everyone at the SF Bike Expo this weekend, November 10 and 11. If you are in the Bay Area and reading this, you need to be there.
Maurice here. I just attended Saddledrive, a dealer and press event hosted by Quality Bicycle Products at its Ogden, Utah, distribution center.
Whisky Parts Co. just unveiled the first carbon fiber, disc-brake, thru-axle road and cyclocross forks here at the Saddledrive dealer event in Ogden, Utah.
Yuba unveiled its new Boda Boda last Wednesday at its shop in Sausalito, and I had to be there for free beer and some good company.
Can the electric-assisted Yuba Mundo long-tail cargo bike handle nearly 500 pounds of rolling mass? We're putting one to the test.
So maybe a bike should be like a toaster. With a toaster, you push down the lever and it cooks. With the Breezer Uptown Infinity, you push the pedals and it goes, and that’s about a simple as a ride can be.
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