Photo of the Day: Shopping with Bike

She was downtown, at the corner of Stark and 6th in Portland, checking out the shops, purse at the ready … on her city cruiser bike. Argyle socks and the Portland Northwest urban look are a definite contrast to a stylish New Yorker.

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Readers Write - Disc Brake Road Bikes

Bike Hugger picked up a comment this week that is near and dear to my biking-heart. As I’ve posted (twice), I’m a fan on disc brakes for the rainy season.

From Japan (Part 8): Gifu

(note: the keyboard also pissed me off with some really strange, apparently haunted font that wasn’t rendering. I retyped Mark’s post – Byron)

In Gifu now. The keyboard is really pissing me off. Anyway, heavy truck traffic along all the roads. No real mountains yet. Stayed at this surefly hauted inn Outside Hikone. Woke up with a centipede crawling over me and weird mumbling voices in the dark. Homeboy is a wuss in traffic, just because the trucks rub your packs as they pass. Eating out of Kombini, which is japanese for conveience store. Not too tired — more posts hopefully later.

Stylish Bikers

Spring-Bike-Rider.jpgOver at the Sartorialist today, he posts on “New York Bikes with Style.” He gives no details on her very stylish bike, but somehow, I don’t think that’s what he was focused on.

Bike Hugger Modal Engaged

Met with Bill Davidson last week, went over a few more details, fine tuned the angles, measurements, and tube diameters on the Bike Hugger Modal. The Modal is a travel bike that switches between geared and fixed. It’s a concept from Mark V and once it goes into Bill’s frame factory, we’ll post all about it with photos and videos.

Then later this year, we’ve got rides planned in the Puget Sound and in Europe, possibly back to China.

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