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This past weekend the GAP celebrated its completion, connecting downtown Pittsburgh to Cumberland, Maryland, and beyond ot Washington D.C. via the C&O Canal Towpath.
The Cyclepedia exhibit features 40 bikes from the collection of world-renowned bicycle designer and aficionado, Michael Embacher.
In this issue we tackle a subject that most of the rest of the bike media is somewhat obsessed with: the Tour de France. But we’re doing it in our own style.
The premier East Coast bicycling event will now be held at Philadelphia's beautiful and newly expanded convention center.
We show you three ways to make a pair of dress slacks into garb that will let you ride like the wind, and still climb that corporate ladder.
Featured in the story about ArtCrank—a poster party for bike people—is artist Adam Turman, who has created three of our illustrated covers.
The tour, now in its 14th year, will spin into 12 cities across the U.S. Each festival celebrates the bicycle, showcases New Belgium beers, and provides eclectic and engaging entertainment for all.
The African continent’s first professional UCI Continental team is off to a fast start with a win in the Milan-San Remo race, but its success doesn't stop at the finish line.
Earlier this week we were on the scene at the National Bike Summit in Washington, D.C. Despite the bureaucratic sound of the name, this event is one I look forward to every year.
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
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