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The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a recall of Ventus Aerobars. The rubber grips can come loose or slip off. I think that the fix involves tighter grips or glue. That problem aside, these bars look cool. I like the airplane wing-like design.
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The County Council of Montgomery County Maryland has approved a new development plan for the White Flint area. I am writing about this because I live in the area but it brings up many issues for bicyclists. One objective of the plan is transform the suburban car-centric development that has evolved over the years into a […]
Traveling with a bicycle can be difficult. Many people are not comfortable boxing and shipping their bicycle. If you are going on a vacation where you will only bike for part of the time, the logistics of storing the bike on the non-biking days can be a problem. Airline passengers who fly with a bike […]
The Colorado Rocky Mountain Bike Tour is a challenging tour that covers some beautiful terrain. The tour takes place in August and is limited to 500 riders. It is a fully supported tour. Riders have a choice of staying at hotels and Bed & Breakfasts or camping. You can book your own accommodations or […]
I found a blog post that featured the 19 most complex and dangerous roads in the world. The list includes Stelvio Pass in Italy (pictured above), which has been used in the Giro D’Italia. I don’t know how many of the other roads have been ridden on a bicycle but I did notice cyclists in one […]