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Motorcycles of Interbike (The E-Bikes Are Here)

Bicycles equipped with motors have been a part of the landscape since shortly after bicycles themselves first appeared. It’s a natural leap for many that a bicycle, while fun and wonderful, would just be so much better if you didn’t have to pedal it uphill, or at all. Back in the 1890s we coined a [...] Continue reading »

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Bamboobee Build It Yourself Bamboo Bicycle Kit – $170

Bamboobee produces their own complete bamboo and aluminum bicycles, and using what they’ve learned over the past couple of years is ready to introduce a Build It Yourself bamboo bicycle kit. Each kit will ship with a single use jig, a complete set of bamboo tubes, stainless dropouts, an aluminum headtube and bottom bracket shell, [...] Continue reading »

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Interbike Flash Report

All of the bikes! All of the shiny! Bestill my heart, Ritchey! I’m weak in the knees, Van Dessel! Oh Fairdale, how fair you truly are!  Interbike is best place to really do a good pulse check on what people are asking for, as the industry responds to the market with new and updated bikes, [...] Continue reading »

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Interbike 2014 Image Dump

Interbike 2014 is upon us, and we’ve been roaming the floor kissing bicycle parts and shaking babies. Check out the latest and look for more detailed product highlights in the coming days and weeks. Cory the Courier says, “I’m real fast.” Check out our first Interbike gallery installment below. Be sure to click through our [...] Continue reading »

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Eurobike 2014 Image Dump

The show wrapped up a week ago, but we still have product images to share from Eurobike 2014. Fashionably late to the party, but still worth a look. We made the rounds and between getting lost amongst the zeppelin halls shot some of the latest that caught our eye from the likes of Giro, Abus, [...] Continue reading »

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Skittle Thug Is The New Black At Eurobike 2014

Straight from the slopes to a bicycle near you — skittle thug is the new black. Definitely coming from the enduro mountain bike side of things, the mismatched, matte neon look is making a strong appearance this year. Sure to trickle into the urban and commuter realm, better put your sunglasses on so you can [...] Continue reading »

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Timbuk2 Introduces the Red Hook Crit Backpack

Timbuk2 and Red Hook Crit Founder David Trimble set out to create the perfect pack for competitive cyclists en route to the big race. And one that’s also good for everyday cyclists riding around town. The Red Hook Crit Backpack features super-lightweight materials and specialized pockets for your helmet, U-lock, cycling kit, cleats and traveling [...] Continue reading »

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PDW Ninja Pump

Always a fan of the videos that Portland Design Works produces — here’s the latest showcasing their $35 Ninja pump that works with either a CO2 cartridge or old fashioned arm pumping. Continue reading »

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Green Goddess Athena Clutch

Green Goddess is a female friendly extension of Green Guru, with the first product being the Athena Clutch. Meant as a go-to clutch that can attach to the bars, frame or rack easily for the ride and work as a small clutch for the essential off the bike. Made from either repurposed bicycle tubes or [...] Continue reading »

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Yerka Project – The “Unstealable” Bike

Anyone that rides that knows bike theft is a big issue, and bike locks are big business. The pictured Yerka project was brought about by three engineering students looking for a different way of securing a bicycle, one where breaking the lock means breaking the bike, rendering it worthless. The articulated downtube is complicated, and [...] Continue reading »

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