Tag Archives: bike frames

Rethinking the bike and a few other things

By Christopher Cudworth At the time I purchased a real road bike nearly 10 years ago, bicycle frames had gone under a revolution in thinking that changed how most people even looked at the machines we use to get around, race … Continue reading

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Grass and bamboo bikes are trippy

By Monte Wehrkamp Know what I’d like? Know what Chris, this site’s fearless leader, would like even more? A renewable, recycleable bike. One that’s handmade, custom fit, and one of a kind. And here it is… (courtesy Velo News) It’s … Continue reading

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How do you feel about your bike? Really…

By Christopher Cudworth It’s a question we should all ask ourselves now and then. How do you feel about your bike? Really… Many who ride might not feel touchy-feely all-emotionally about their bike (or bikes) and yet if pressed they … Continue reading

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