Less is more, and helmets are sexy.
Well, holy crap, sometimes Kickstarter actually comes through with a truly unique and useful bike accessory. This pupRunner initially looks like a standard bike trailer, except it allows a dog to actually run behind the bike or just hang out in the back. This design eliminates those precarious, pretty much dangerous, handlebar attached leash leads and prevents dogs from darting in front of other rail/trail users. It’s hard to find anything critique-worthy about this product. Backers can get small perks at the ground floor and pre-ordered trailers start at around $450, which is a pretty standard price for a high-end bike trailer.
“I play chicken with a Mac Truck.” This guy has the wheelie gene for sure, and potentially a death wish.
Cinelli recently introduced their Rider Collection caps, each one designed in part by one of their riders. The video above is with repeated winner of the Red Hook Crit, Neil Bezdek, explaining his introduction into bikes, work with the New York Bikeshare, and collaboration with Cinelli.
Caps can be purchased here.
Lazer is releasing a number of products recently, with a humorous set of promotional videos. The Cappuccino lock is really just a very simple deterrent mechanism for preventing your helmet or bike from getting stolen…at least while keeping it in eye shot when free locked. The video, however…is worth watching.
Discover what an all-night Warriors bike ride teaches you (fair warning, you’re going to see Corey the Courier in a thong).
Let’s just look at this for awhile. Just..I mean…just look at it.
The Ride The Black Line season ending omnium was held at the Encino Velodrome on September 3rd, just a few days ago. Samuel Arechiga was there to bring us this footage of the evening.