Bike to Work Pants

bike_pants.jpg Super-advanced, aero (16.4% lower wind resistance that regular pants), horizontal cords are reported to look great on the bike and in the office! If you need bike pants and want to impress your bike geek friends with some tech that ain’t lycra or soft shell, check Lindland Cordaround.

Lincoln Park Trials

trials_thumb-3.jpg I was down at the beach walk at Lincoln Park this lovely weekend when I ran into not one but 3 separate folks on trials bikes, perfecting their skills in the area.

The photo’s of KC who hails from Denver. He rode trials back in CO for quite a while, but hasn’t been so active since coming out to the Pacific North West. No better excuse than a sunny Saturday to take your seatless wonder down to the beach and practice side hopping on some old beach logs.

Apparently Seattle’s not a hot bed of trialing activity, but our neighbors to the north in Vancouver seem to have it going on. Mike Bentham ‘s great video featured a while ago is just one example.

More details about KC’s ride, riding and trials inside…

Bike Hugger Urban Ride

Join Bike Hugger for an urban ride around Austin with stops at REI Austin Store (get some schwag!), then to the Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art for a tour, and back to the park for the BBQ.

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Details

Meet at the Susanna Dickinson Housemap – North end of Brush Square Park, at the corner of 5th and Trinity Street.
Saturday, March 8
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

After meeting, we’ll ride to the REI Austin Store (get some schwag!), then to the Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art for a tour, and back to the park.

All ride attendees are put on the BBQ guest list. Join the Urban Ride on Upcoming.

Note that the REI Schwag and Museum passes are limited to the first 20 SXSW badgeholders.

For more event details and updates, check the BBQ page.

Fixed on Honolulu

Sunny day, 80 degrees, the beach, and a fixed gear …

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Serial Bike Thief Caught

928%20sl.jpgIn the Seattle Times today, there was a report about a guy who conned a string of NW bike shops into letting him take wicked expensive bikes out on test rides that he intended to be…let us say…extended. Basically, he posed as a medical professional who was ready to lay out some serious cash for a top dollar bike, and the shops blissfully let him ride out the door on multi-thousand dollar carbon bonbons with little more than his (fictitious) first name and his reassuring smile. But in the end, he got caught.

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