Month: September 2012

Recycle a Bicycle Because Bike Parts Will Save Humanity

We can walk along a path that leads to the extinction of humanity OR We can walk along a path the leads to the evolution of humanity. I really don’t like these either/or setups, myself especially arty ones. You’re the goose waddling into the dreamland the artist set up for you. But you can’t help …

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Taiwan Cup | Matteo Rabottini 2012 Giro KOM Will Climb to Wuling

Two years ago the rain poured down. The wind blew hard. The 2010 Taiwan Cup was a washout Taiphoon Megi made sure of that. Heading happily towards Hong Kong to sock it to ’em, the beast did a sharp right turn and headed north. This Typhoon did not pummel Taiwan the way that Typhoon Morakot …

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Folding Electric Bike Design for Commuters | Trending Strongly

Coming off Eurobike 2012, Bike Biz mulls over the idea that what is, and what is not, a trend is not all that clear. They have a point.  You have a whole lot of products that are quite visibly on display across the Eurobike halls. And then you have all the nooks and crannies containing …

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The Last Crit – Does Age Really Matter? Not When the Cycling’s HOT

Enough already. The third crit for the year. Dear National Cycling Club Association, we are OVER it…them…criterium racing…for this year anyways. Sorry for shouting but we–well, maybe it’s just me–are more than satisfied with this year’s quota of flat circular racing. Tainan, Taichung, and finally Changhua. True, we were pumped, surrounded by the vibrant hum …

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