Construction Bike

Behind that wall once were shanty homes and a skyscraper will follow – read the related post about the Shanghai Flow.

from the Bike Hugger Photostream.

Dahons Have Arrived

Dahon kindly arranged our rides for Shanghai–a pair of matching Mus. More photos to follow and I quickly noticed the new V-Clamp Hinge and other refinements including a bell built into the Tektro brakes and a Biologic Joule Dynamo hub.

from the Bike Hugger Photostream.

Sheldon Brown Memorial Ride: April 1st, 6:00, BikeStation Seattle

Folks who’ve spent a bit too much time on Sheldon Brown’s amazing websites will know of his fondness for April Fools jokes such as the tork-grip (yes, the DIY version is in my garage right now).

What better way to memorialize Sheldon “ineffable” Brown than an April Fools ride. They’re happening all over the place (the last link is a directory), including one in Seattle.

Details: 6:00 PM at the Seattle Bikestation, on April 1st of course. Hope to see you there!

You can take it with you

Saris CycleOn I bought my first new car a few months back. The biggest issue of course was how I would be schlepping bikes in/on it. Byron tipped me to a brand carried by our friends down at Seattle Bike Supply. The Saris CycleOn turned out to be a sweet setup.

A bike lane that isn’t . . .

Velonews and Treehugger both noticed Slate’s video on the Stupidest bike lane in Westwood, Los Angeles. The stupidest bike lane I’ve ever seen was in San Antonio, all 34 seconds of it …

Our readers have seen the Bike Lane o Death, one that intersects a 4 lane highway, and the bike lane that gives way to a tree

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