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This isn’t exactly my kind of ride, but anything that gets people out on bikes is a good thing as far as I’m concerned. The Seersucker Social was held this past weekend. It included a 10 mile bike ride and a party at the Hillwood Estate. Congrats to the organizer for another successful event. Below is a […]
The 2011 North American Handmade Bicycle Show opens February 25th, 2011 in Austin, TX. The show gets bigger each year. I was very impressed with the innovate designs and the wide range of bicycles at the show in past years. The builders range from small one man shops to bigger well established builders like Moots and Serotta. […]
There are several bike swaps around the country this weekend and in the following few weeks. While the weather is still to snowy or cold for riding these events provide an opportunity to get some gear, sell some gear or just pass the time.
Stop Swap and Save is taking place on Sunday Feb 13, 2011 in […]
While I was out riding this past Sunday, I stopped by CycleLife in Georgetown for a drink and ran in to Mark Sommers, the race director for the Capital Criterium. He was actively working on publicity for the upcoming race which will be held on Sunday July 11. It had been a regular race in years […]
The League of American Bicyclists is promoting Bike-to-Work Week 2010 from May 17-21 and Bike-to-Work Day on Friday, May 21. Many individual cities are sponsoring events for Bike-To-Work Day. In Washington D.C., WABA is helping to coordinate activities that day. There will be pit stops set up all over the D.C. metro area. Information […]« Previous Entries