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Surly Big Dummy, The Music Video

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by Galen Maynard on Jul 01, 2008 at 5:31 PM

I found this time lapse photography video, of a Surly Big Dummy being built up from the frame and then ridden, (and surfed.) The whole thing is set to some Zen cycling music. Enjoy!

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Floyd’s Failure

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by Byron on Jul 01, 2008 at 7:14 AM

Readers,

Every year, right before the tour we get either an update to a drug scandal or a new scandal. And this time it’s Floyd’s failure in the appeal process. The CAS scolded Floyd’s team for their aggressive tactics and attempts to embarrass and shame the lab.

What do you think? Did Floyd hurt his own case? Was he El Dope the whole time?

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Sasquatch Bike

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by Galen Maynard on Jun 30, 2008 at 10:33 PM

While the physics of this “bike” might be understood if photographed during the day… I’d like to think this peddle powered enigma, (much like Sasquatch), only appears at night. It wanders the streets of Minneapolis, and as seen here, is startled by the bright flash of a camera.

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Baby Molly with Hugga Bag

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by Byron on Jun 30, 2008 at 5:16 PM

Probably the best use of the custom Crumpler Bike Hugger bag to date – as a baby bag for Molly, daughter of Andrew and Sally.

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Swiss Velobrigade Military Bicycle

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by Galen Maynard on Jun 29, 2008 at 8:10 AM

Given Switzerland’s small geographic area dominated by urban and wooded terrain, defensive military bicycle units, have been conscripted for more than 100 years. The Swiss military surplus bicycle photographed here is known as MO-05. Amazingly this single speed bicycle remained virtually unchanged from its introduction in 1905 and the design was in service for nearly 85 years. (It was only slightly modified to include a drum brake in models after 1911.) This example was procured in Switzerland and is equipped with dynamo light, leather satchels for storage, and ball hitch trailer for transporting stretchers. It’s owner Carl, uses this hefty bike for cargo applications, and you may see him riding near his home in West Seattle.

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Here is a full shot of the bike on Alki Beach.

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