Recycled Bike Furniture

A reader sent us Recycled Bike Furniture from Get Outdoors. Cool. That’d work very nicely in a Bettie boutique, especially the loveseat and tables.

What’s the deal with the big wheels?

big wheel A Interbike I was handed a mysterious brochure for an event that passed, a product that’s been discontinued, and the promise of secret project to build adult-sized big wheels.

I’m interested. Anyone know what’s going on?

Ellensburg Manastash Metric

If you’re not ready yet for the rain, try the Ellensburg Manastash Metric Century /Half-Century Bicycle Tour this. The ride promises Autumn colors, mountain scenes, historic towns, and no rain. Hopefully not bone-dry woodfire smokey! like our ride in Mazama.

Crazy Bike Chick says, “hey, Motorists!”

When she’s not cycling, adventuring, knitting, cooking, and ranting, the crazy biker chick blogs and has some words for motorists.

I ride my bike year-round as my main means of transportation. My bike is not a toy. I don’t aspire to be Lance Armstrong. I’m not too poor to afford a car. I choose a bicycle because its healthier for me, and healthier for the city I live in. I’m not riding in the middle of the lane to slow you down or thwart you. I’m just trying to do the same thing as you - get from point A to point B safely.

Riding in the Rain

A reader wrote in to ask a well-timed question about riding in the rain.

Don’t laugh but what do cyclist do when it rains? I’m asking because I would love to get rid of my shitty car and get a bike but I’m worried about the rain here in the bay area.
– Joe, Manning Web and Graphic Design

/images/blog/ Good questions – the best of all possible worlds is full fenders, often with a mudflap (especially if you ride with others), and a rain cape/poncho. If full fenders won’t fit your bike, there are lots of options, including those easy-on fenders.

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