Recording the Tour of California
by Byron on Feb 24, 2007 at 7:52 AM
Has anyone actually recorded and watched the Tour of California? OLN/Versus/Golf the Rodeo Channel or whatever they call themselves has the most maddening schedule, or lack thereof. I don’t understand how you can operate a channel with a fluid schedule and I dislike rodeo even more, when I expect to see Levi riding a breakaway into the ground and instead see a cowboy falling of a cow!
I’ve set and reset the dvr repeatedly and it never records and the TOC isn’t there. I found the time trail last night by chance. Maybe their channel codes are messed up or something.
by Byron on Feb 23, 2007 at 6:37 PM
Having garaged a bike, and everyone I know has done the same thing, the Bike Bouncer is interesting and could possibly save you a replacement frame. (That is if you remember to hook it onto your garage!)
And from the bizarro world, is the bouncer bike, which is . .. well, just have a look for yourself.
by Byron on Feb 23, 2007 at 6:32 PM
For our readers across the pond, iceBike, a cycling trade event, is next week. My favorite in the seminar choices? “Make your own tyre.”
Never a better time to ride to work
by Byron on Feb 23, 2007 at 6:19 PM
With the WA DOT announcing two lanes of I5 this summer, I’m sure we’ll see record numbers of cyclists riding to work. From the necessity, hopefully more of them we’ll keep on riding.
Will your ride to work more this summer?
Bicycles are good for lots of things.
by Frank Steele on Feb 21, 2007 at 8:35 AM
p>HTAT Bummer Life | Bicycles are good for lots of things.
A great story about off-road riding from How to Avoid the Bummer Life.
Don’t want to spoil the ending with more.
Shimano Learns a New Language
by Byron on Feb 20, 2007 at 8:46 AM
Shimano’s coasting line is profiled in United’s Hemispheres (of all places) and provides insight into the design and development effort they went through with Ideo. I met Shannon from Shimano and Anthony from Ideo at Interbike last year and like the article, they told me people wanted to enjoy the “simple pleasure” of cycling and modern bicycles were too complicated (later, I referred to the simplicity and ecosystem trend at Interbike as iPod influenced, where products are focused on solving problems and making something easy to do).
The coasting website has been updated, dealers still not there, but there’s def more to look at.
I’m not sure where coasting fits for the enthusiasts, or if it matters, but anything that gets more people cycling is good and Bike Hugger is down with that.
Kona Media Darlings
by Byron on Feb 16, 2007 at 7:37 AM
While way sexy to start, I’d expect the Kona Media Darlings team to not look so darling, after they finish the Kona 24 hours in the Old Pueblo this weekend. Our blogger Owen will post about the culture, event, people, and bikes. The other darlings include
Good luck all and watch for the posts and photos. Also, hugga-related, check Kona Bike Town, a blog about Kona’s AfricaBike.
Girl shirts delayed
by Byron on Feb 16, 2007 at 7:27 AM
Well … the Hugga Tees in girls and women sizes didn’t turn out so good – ugly in fact, so we’re delaying them until we can get it right.
We should have the next run in a week or so and what to do with all those defective tees? Shop rags!
Riding the Silk Road
by Byron on Feb 15, 2007 at 4:47 PM
Slate.com’s Dispatches includes Cycling the Silk Road, a bike log of *three knuckleheaded guys . . *
Clif Bar blog, Pros, and tours
by Byron on Feb 15, 2007 at 3:43 PM
On the Clif Bar blog, Le Sensation American posts about their Evening with Da Pros tonight. The event coincides with the Tour of California, which starts tomorrow.
Late in March, a few huggas will tour parts of California near Santa Barbara – lots of photos and posts (and Clif Bar eating) will follow.
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