Affinity Anthem Track Bike: Made In NYC


Affinity Cycles, New York’s premiere track specific bicycle company introduced their new Anthem track bike today. The Anthem is welded using lightweight, aerospace grade air hardened True TemperOX Platinum steel. A distinct detail of the Anthem is a thin sleek integrated seat mast, and a proprietary seat post wedge codesigned with famed bicycle industry design engineer Aaron Panone of 44rn. Additional features include classic campy style dropouts, oversized downtube and a tapered head tube paired with an Enve fork. Shown in Bubble gum Blue, the frameset reatils for $1750.00 and complete builds start at $2750.00.

While track of fixed isn’t our thing, happy to share with you another USA-made and sourced bikes, like the Detroit Bikes and Shinola we’ve shared. On Medium Bicycles, we just posted about a practical bike too.

How the Race Was Won: Milan San-Remo

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Cosmo’s popular, How the Raw was Won is back and this time for Milan San-Remo, a Spring Classic that ended in controversy with accusations of cheating. With CyclingTips as a sponsor, the recap show is on Vimeo now and they’ve blocked embedding, but click on through. Welcome back Cosmo.

A Trail Bike for Boundary Bay


I was just explaining to my friend Martin how middle range bikes don’t get photographed like the high end ones do, and he shares a photo of his Giant Revolt 2. That’s a reasonably spec’d and priced trail bike at shops for under $1K. As the caption to his photo says, he bought the bike to ride the Boundary Bay Dyke Trail. Since Martin is getting back on the bike, expect to see more photos like the above. He told me he’s happy with it too. Probably going to change the saddle though.

Friday Spring Time and a New Ride

When you get a new bike in on FRIDAY and the weather is gonna be nice…that’s right, and for a sneak peak of what that bike is, a couple photos.

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Redhook Brewery 21St Annual Haul Ash Ride

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Beer and bikes, right? Yep and here’s an event I just added to our calendar.

Beer lovers and cycling enthusiasts ride 42 miles round-trip, commemorating the eruption of Mount St. Helens

and it benefits The Hope Heart Institute, a Bellevue-based nonprofit organization dedicated to research, education and prevention of cardiovascular disease in the Northwest.

WHAT

Redhook Brewery commemorates the May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens with the annual Haul Ash Tour de Brew, a 42-mile round-trip ride along the Burke-Gilman Trail from the Woodinville brewery to LTD Bar & Grill in Fremont and back.

Upon arriving in Fremont, participants over the age of 21 can quench their thirst with a cold pint before biking back to the brewery for the Post Pedal Party, featuring hot food, cold drinks and live music.

WHO

Haul Ash and the Post Pedal Party are open to all ages. Beer and wine will be available for those who are 21+ with valid ID.

WHEN

  • Saturday, May 21, 2016
  • Ride begins at 10 a.m. and will last approximately 2.5 to 4 hours.
  • Post Pedal Party lasts 12:30 to 5 p.m.

WHERE

  • Redhook Brewery
  • 14300 NE 145th Street
  • Woodinville, WA 98072
  • Parking available on-site and in designated neighboring lots.

DETAILS

  • Participants can register online or on-site at Redhook Brewery in Woodinville.
  • Price ($40 preregistration, $45 day of ride) includes admission to the Post Pedal Party, two beer tickets and a Redhook messenger swag bag with Haul Ash pint glass, earbuds and Redhook koozie.
  • Family and friends can meet riders at the Post Pedal Party, with a suggested $5 donation to the Hope Heart Institute.
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