Let this documentary take you back to TV day in science class. It’s definitely nerdy, but potentially part of a solution to relatively local travel problems. Fast forward to 5:30 for what I suspect is what most bike people think of things like this. I guess this could help bridge the gap between bike and car, but I’d rather not see these on current bike-ped pathways.
Synchronized yoga in the park follow by coffee with handmade chocolates. Things are different in Montreal.
Kaleidospoke is back for a fourth year. This Santa Fe, NM bicycle festival is coming up on May 16-18 at Railyard Plaza with bicycle art, rides, parties and fun going on throughout the three days. Check www.thekaleidospoke.com for more information.
It’s a well shot video, even if it is a nice yet fairly mundane bike build. And a watch advertisement.
Steevo is our dude. I think Steevo is a lot of people’s dude…but he’s our dude first. We called it. Dibs. Anyways…he’s our dude for a lot of reasons, but mostly because his IG feed is entertaining. You’ll get cyclocross photos, probably images of him winning the Dirty Dozen (a million times in a row), and then scooter shots, puffy jackets, cute kids and maybe an embarrassing one of him in a suit or something. Mainly we just love his goofy mug close ups.
The Wolves Kit from Roulant Clothing is available for pre-order until April 22nd, with 5% of purchases going towards the Bicycle Messenger Emergency Fund.