Simple, Southwesterly, Style

SXSW 09 published a great -looking new site and a quick note that we’ll represent again at their event with even more hugganess. Details TBA.

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LOOK 2009 Launch: Part 4,

The LOOK 596 frameset and Zed crankset


RideCivil Artwork

ridecivil_art_small.jpg RideCivil™ is a Bike Hugger gift to the cycling community — our response to recent Critical Mass violence in Seattle, NYC, and elsewhere. You are free to remix, re-use, and share the RideCivil artwork as a flyer, shirt, jerseys, socks, thong bikini, tattoo, or whatever works. Please blog and link love it. We hope other cyclists RideCivil in their communities. Watch for a related website and ride plans to follow.

The RideCivil mark and artwork are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported.

The artwork was created by Drew Carlson and distributed by Bike Hugger.

A 300 DPI, PDF version is available for download here.

Grand Central Sliced/Campagnolo:  First Test!....amazing

logo.jpg I am so excited to be the first cycling journalist to objectively evaluate the new Grand Central Sliced/Campagnolo. Grand Central Baking is not a name cyclists often associate with our beautiful sport, but if Grand Central wants to fly me to a foreign country for a product launch, I might be willing to change that. And I am here to tell you that the Sliced/Campagnolo is, in a word, amazing.

In a wildly innovative approach, Grand Central abandons current carbon fibre technology in favour of using hydrates of carbon atoms. These carbon-hydrates are similar to the cellulose fibre used in Calfee Bamboo frame bikes. Carbon-hydrates have the potential to be an even greater industry revolution and life-changing event than Nanotube technology. Why? Two reasons.

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