Well Santa Cruz Bicycles continues to up the anty on their line of bikes by giving their already great Nomad a carbon makeover.
Portland Design Works, comes to us from the great Northwest bike mecca and illustrates why those of us that have a mind for design support the little guy.
The company Biknd has come out with a nice and light case called the Helium Case that inflates with a foot pump to keep your bike nice and secure.
Highlighted in this month’s Picture of the Month (or POM) over on PinkBike.com, Cory Tepper’s photography is pretty amazing.
Cannondale has a penchant for creating these amazing concept bikes, and the newly realized “Dutchess” is no different.
For all of you that haven’t yet come across the prolific blog of the Bike Snob of NYC, I pity you.
I often say that bikes are one of my few addictions, and thus I’ve partaken of the occasional bike tour. Argentina, Chile, New Zealand, wherever I traveled by bike I got a different sense of my surroundings.
Taking a cue from the previously mentioned i am 8-bit, Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles currently has a show of art that has been inspired by the television series LOST.
While the climate talks in Copenhagen have been taking all of the headlines of late, MIT decided to introduce some news itself by introducing the Copenhagen Wheel Project.
Now that we’re getting a cold snap here California, the cold seems to be not only sapping the heat from the house but also the motivation to get out on the trails.