Vino the Vampire?
by Byron on Jul 24, 2007 at 9:00 AM
Where I was calling Vino a MOFO and Badass!, the news flash today may mean he’s a vampire blood doper.
Our sister publication, TDFBlog, will cover this in full, and we’ll get back to the bike huggin’.
Craft Bike Boom
by Byron on Jul 24, 2007 at 6:32 AM
In a USAToday article, Richard Sachs credits blogs and customers with disposable income for a craft bike boom. That’s also the longtail at work, where an industry pumps out carbon bikes to the masses and Independent Bike Dealer making unique custom bikes are flourishing.
Are you seeing your local IBD flourish?
The Team at Toona
by Byron on Jul 24, 2007 at 6:20 AM
Team Bike Hugger is racing at the tour de Toona and posting about the 120% effort, a 7th overall, and discovering your inner couch potato.
A bonanza of bike photos
by Jason Swihart on Jul 24, 2007 at 6:16 AM
In rdf1249’s photostream, you’ll find a bonanza of bike photos, including James’ New Davidson pictured today, 1950s Raleigh catalog, and much more.
Back of the bus
by Byron on Jul 24, 2007 at 5:57 AM
From SRAM’s blog, we get an inside look at a team bus, Team Milram’s mechanic drives the bus, and Cyclingnews reports on the autobus, where all the sprinters and nonclimbers ride the mountain stages. The magic of the autobus is making it to the finish within the time limit, helping each other out, and there’s safety in numbers. Maybe next year OLN’s coverage will show more “extended” coverage about such topics as the autobus.
Thong boy at le Tour
by Byron on Jul 23, 2007 at 11:01 AM
Over the weekend, Pam had control of the DVR and made me watch thong boy over and over again … payback for all the podium girls oogling, who I admit I’ve noticed repeatedly that they are in sporty new outfits this year.
Props to Coach Curly for finding the full-frontal view.
Discovering the French in You
by Byron on Jul 23, 2007 at 5:10 AM
Despite a rain-dampened crowd, CycleFest had a lot to offer this year including this fascinating Tour de France mural presented by the Alliance Française de Seattle.
While there, with a downpour looming, Andrew won the Street Sprints; I spoke with David Hiller, Advocacy Director Cascade Bicycle Club, at length about Stone Way and Pam heard all about the Boise Twilight Crit from Team Group Health.
by Kelli on Jul 20, 2007 at 8:15 PM
An absolute must-do for any local bike enthusiast, Cascade’s annual Cyclefest promises to be bigger and better than ever this year. With events kicking off earlier and including everything from bike polo matches to sprint racing, the Tour de France Stage 14 viewing is simply icing on the cake (or great head on the beer, as it were). And with New Belgium on tap, it’s a cyclist’s paradise. So turn on your headlight, adjust your fenders and bring a blanket to watch the peloton climb Plateau-De-Beille.
by andrew_f_martin on Jul 20, 2007 at 6:59 PM
I LOVE Seattle summers. We go through months of dreary clouds and drizzle making our summers that much more enjoyable. We usually gets weeks of uninterrupted sun from June to September, but this week not so much.
So this morning I did the œmixed-mode commute. I hopped on the bus and headed into the office just as it started raining. I fired up the BlackJack IM on my way in to start my morning bitching to Byron. Argh - I wasn’t prepared to ride home in the wet.
Anyway, the story gets better. As I was riding home with threatening skies, it was actually pretty pleasant. It started to rain, and the warmer tempuratures actually made passable - almost enjoyable. Sure I had to do a little more bike cleaning once I got home, but it was a nice change to feel the slog of wet shoes and jersey again. Even with the wet, my ride home on two wheels was far better than anything I’d get out of sitting on the freeway with the rest of the Seattle drivers.
Hugg it out for July 20th
by Byron on Jul 20, 2007 at 7:08 AM
There’s a whole lot of Bike Huggin’ going on this week (and it’s freakin’ raining!), so here’s a summary “hugg it out” post for today, July 20th.
Updates from our video podcasts
* Huggacast Episode Three is out and features Novara Buzz Bikes
* Huggacasts are now available in the iTunes podcast directory
* Next up in the Huggacasts are Novara’s new Flyby, a folding bike
From our super stylin’ and super comfortable clothing line
* Socks are shipping
* Shirts are back in stock (again) and shipping
* Both are en route to Amazon.com for fulfillment
* Jersey designs are complete and being made
Team Bike Hugger
- en route to the Tour de Toona
- New members on a composite team
Bikes in the news
I’ll write more on this in another post, but we were rained out. Disappointing with one good ride, where I was reminded of the fruit eater.
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