Walla Walla Wood

Pam is in Walla Walla for a stage race and sent us this photo of a local with a wood bike. We like the door hinges as much as the big chain lock and the aero bars.

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So What Happened Was

We’re just riding along up a hill on a team ride and heard this terrible metal twisting, shearing sound. Eric’s rear derailer was clicking a bit, he shifted up, and something happened. That something tore the derailer off the bike and mangled the chain. A team mate had a chain tool and Eric got back with a single speed: 39 x15.

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The Sprocket Pocket for the iPad

Depending on where you are on the geek/nerd spectrum you’re either going to consider this an incredible waste of time or one of the coolest things you’ve ever seen.

I know which side I’m on, I just wish I could sew.


Riding the Mariana Trench

MapMyRide has become a default bike-mapping tool for race promoters and they’re using it to share course profiles. Good for the promoters, but despite looking at it several times, I don’t know what this chart is communicating


Checked with others, they don’t either. My work-at-Microsoft-PC Bros who understand such mathematical-type things? Nope.

David said, “it’s like you’re riding the Mariana Trench.” You’re underwater or it has reverse elevation gain.

Hey Map My Ride product manager, if there’s no budget for any user experience or information design, may I suggest a Tufte course or read Veen’s blog.

I can send them my old Tufte books, if you’d like. Sparklines dude.

Cycling Taiwan

Places we’d like to ride more include Taiwan. We’ve just ridden in the City there and would like to get out into the country.

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