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Bikes are built to be ridden, not to sit around and look pretty. So we followed up with some of the bikes and builders we've covered in the past to see how these works of art are holding up.
The main event isn't until August, but anyone interested can pre-ride the 100-mile loop with Freddie, starting and ending in Berkeley, Calif.
Bike Fixtation will collect, sort, and send the used inner tubes collected in these boxes to Green Guru, who will then clean the inner tubes and fashion them into useful cycling and outdoor products.
The idea is a simple one: for each of the limited-edition Source 2 LTD bikes sold by Specialized, the company will donate a Buffalo bike to health care workers in Kenya.
In today's link roundup: A bike frame made from a clear polymer, a purpose-built trike with an espresso machine, a history of Capital Bikeshare, and a bike rack business booms in Cleveland.
In a statement today, Raleigh Canada announced it will be ceasing manufacturing and assembly at its Waterloo, Quebec, facility.
A new technology from an enterprising company from Indianapolis could make reflectors a thing of the past.
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.
His small-wheeled, truss-framed bicycles may never have become commonplace, but Dr. Alex Moulton contributed far more to the transportation industry than many may realize.
Being that this was my first official voyage to Interbike, I was trying to keep an open mind about the event and its unfortunate location, but rather than write about my experience, I filled my notebook with illustrations.
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