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A Very Special Auction – For a Good Cause

November 21, 2011 – 2:34 pm | Comments Off on A Very Special Auction – For a Good Cause

If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one.  –  Mother Teresa
In addition to being a blogger and bike obsessive, I am also a fairly charitable person; I belong to a charitable fraternity, …

NuVinci Continuously-Variable Bicycle Hub

April 4, 2011 – 9:10 pm | 2 Comments

As cyclists, all of us are used to having a certain number of gear choices available to us – from one to 27. Most of us are also used to never being able to find …

Bell Joe to Go Coffee Carrier – review

February 21, 2011 – 9:56 am | 7 Comments
bell joe to go coffee carrier 2nd

All I wanted was some black water bottle cages. I was asked specifically what I wanted for a recent gift giving occasion, and I told the requester specifically that I wanted a pair of black …

Bikesnob: Systematically & Mercilessly Realigning the World of Cycling – a book review

January 12, 2011 – 2:56 pm | 8 Comments

Before I had an unhealthy obsession with bicycles, I used to collect books. I had a whole room in my house devoted to my collection, and I would come home, sit in my leather wing …

Insurance, Bicycles, and Bodily Injury by Justin Husman

August 5, 2010 – 9:49 pm | 5 Comments

We were recently talking about stolen bikes with Justin and it turns out he’s in the insurance field so we asked him to pass on some of his knowledge on the subject.If you need to …

Tuesday Night Crits in Plano by Justin Husman

June 27, 2010 – 10:19 am | One Comment

A lot of this blog (and a lot of Dallas based bicycle blogs in general) are focused on very specific parts of the Dallas bike culture – mostly to do with casual, fixed gear riding …

Commuting In Dallas by Justin Husman

June 20, 2010 – 9:59 pm | 6 Comments

Like most of the bicycle bloggers out there, over the past couple of years I got back into bicycling and became just the biggest bike fool you have ever met. When my lovely wife was …