It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that bikes and beer go well together. To celebrate their 25th anniversary, New Belgium teamed up with Detroit Bikes on a limited edition cruiser. Wait, is 2,500 still considered “limited?” Whatever! These bikes look great and they’re all over to non-endemic media, so head over to New Belgium to see more!
Blackburn knows how to party!
Strava wants you to commute to work everyday but if that’s asking too much at first, why not try it on May 10th, when the rest of the world is observing Global Bike to Work Day? This isn’t just some marketing ploy either. Strava uses that data for Metro, a pool of user-submitted information that help people, including city planners, understand how humans use their cycling infrastructure. This ultimately results in a better, safer city for you to ride your bike in.
Though, remember, don’t blow up the spot. Turn off your Strava when poaching! I mean, don’t poach! Or something…
Milliman brings another clip from the world of professional cyclocross racing with Laurens ten Dam riding in Santa Cruz, California. Watch out for the poison oak! I’m covered in that shit still…
Damn that bike looks like so much fun!
I had the chance to meet Sarah from Swallow Bicycle Works last year, after she completed the Trans Am trail and I’m stoked to see her continuing to ride and explore the outdoors!
“Aneela McKenna, together with her husband, Andy, runs GoWhere Scotland, a guiding company dedicated to showing you the real, remote, beautiful wilds of Scotland.”
Check out more of that new Joplin and more at Juliana!
Hanging out at bike shops for a large part of my life has taught me many things, one of which being: people want to put racks on their road bikes. Even their race bikes. Check out Tailfin, a new ultra-light carbon rack for your road bike.
We posted the trailer for this a bit back, now here’s the full-length video, Road to Red Hook.
“Road to RedHook tags along with 4 talented women as they gear up for the 2nd year of the Women’s RedHook crit–a fast, competitive bike race in Brooklyn, New York.
Anyone can look pro with some good glasses and fancy spandex, but the interviews uncover these girls to be sweet, funny, hopeful, and above all– totally human. The participants involved with this video want to remind all those hopefuls out there that sometimes the hardest part of racing is just getting to the starting line.
It’s track crit season and Wolfpack kicks it off with the Shoreline Crit in Long Beach…