Bennett’s Bike Ride, Oz Remix


Bennett’s bike ride, Oz remix…

Our Magazine: 7 of 21

7 of 21

In good company: we’re 7th of 29th Street’s 21 titles and working on our 21st issue now. It’ll drop the second week in February. 29th Street delivers it for us to iTunes and the web.

Annual subscriptions to our independently-produced, ad-free magazine are $16; individual issues are $4. Subscription revenue directly supports the authors, photographers, and editors. Issue 20 is on the newsstand now and is about endings and from that new beginnings. Here’s a short video about 20, including a look at the free, cover story comic, the Evolution of Competition.

Cycling Sins (1936)


And you thought those fixie kids behaved badly in traffic now, these cyclists were doing it in 1936! Fav newsreel line:

Riding without holding the handlebars is about as clever as handing a balloon to a hedgehog. So don’t!

A Southby Bike 15 Call for Partners

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We have so much fun every year in Austin, never harming any trees either

Our annual Mobile Social SXSW is set for Sunday, March 15th in Austin. We’ll ride a fun urban loop and then back to the Create space at the Long Center for a reception with special guests and partners like Tern. More details to follow.

For now the Southby Call for Partners is out. If you like to join is in the space where the bike and tech meet, get in touch. Want to learn more what Southby Bikes and what the Mobile Socials are about, have a look at the event from last year and our pitch doc.

ENVE: Building A Faster Wheel

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While my CX season was lost to a recurring injury and not being 100% healthy, we did get a set of ENVEs in on test. I didn’t race on them, but for the few spins I did, they sure felt fast. In this feature, ENVE explains how they build a faster wheel.

“FAST” lives at the intersection of stiffness, lightness and durability.

Also see Go-To-Gear: ENVE Wheels in Issue 18 and from last year and the small world department, ENVE uses a product my company makes in their production process. Both are made in the USA.

It’s a propriety process, but Clip-n-Seals keep their resins and carbon fibers fresh.

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