- December 1, 2013
- November 26, 2013
Johnny Coast builds his Coast Cycles out of an unassuming garage on a Brooklyn dead-end. His bikes are traditional in look and..
- November 19, 2013
It’s not everyday that you see a $12,000 custom bicycle, let alone a newly constructed one with ’90s era Shimano and Dia-Compe..
- November 5, 2013
Racks, baskets and on-the-bike bags are essential accessories for making cycling a part of everyday life, at least as far as I’m..
- October 21, 2013
More than 300 individuals representing 80 organizations gathered in New Orleans for the 10th anniversary of BikeBike, revisiting the city..
Home Alone was inescapable in the ’90s, one of those movies every kid of the era remembers. State Bicycle Co. pays homage to the classic with their Christmas video catalog.
Saw this one making the rounds and thought we should share. From the video description, “Harry Kramer, a 76-year-old street entertainer, performs bicycle tricks on Main Street in Travelers Rest, South Carolina. This newsreel footage is from the 1950s and is still entertaining after all these years.”
We can’t stop here, this is mask country.
Look out, they’re building a pump track in the Fat Tire Farm parking lot. Show up on December 7th with $5. Bikes and helmets provided, winner takes all the money and one of the race bikes. Rip it.
Plaza Midwood is a diverse urban neighborhood on Charlotte NC’s east side. The community benefits from engaged citizens who collaborate to improve the community through arts, environment, education, entertainment, safety and public service. With a growing cyclist community, Plaza Midwood Neighborhood Association received a Power2 Live Green grant to promote alternative transportation including custom designed bike racks, Charlotte’s 1st bike repair stand and an upcycled garden-style bike corral.