From: zMud Subject: My Home Town The most progressive place in the whole frigging state: annarbor.com/news/spring-and-bicycles BTW, I’ve been out punishing myself on Hummingbird and Continue reading Steel is Real.
From: frye Subject: recycle i finally found a use for the stock bars from my track bike…..tap handle…swweeett if yur east valley and need a Continue reading Waste not, want not.
This one languished in my inbox for a few weeks. I had a class canceled on me, with about ten minutes notice, one afternoon last Continue reading And that’s how the terrorists won.
From: Response Subject: HK bike trend? I see this in HK only. 20 inch bikes with banana seats and home made aluminum extrusion sissy bars. Continue reading Hong Kong on the leading edge of bike trends.
These came in from one of our South of the Border Correspondents. He titled his email “boguie wonderland.” There was no accompanying text. What the Continue reading Views of a “boguie wonderland”
More of the ongoing exchange between Mr. Zirbel and myself. I asked him, essentially, where he was at in all of this. This is his Continue reading Pessimism and the Power of a Website, continued.
From: Response Subject: Chinese bike Here is at typical bike in my town. 24 inch built for two, no lie. This one is in pretty Continue reading At least it doesn’t say “Boat” Anchor…
From: Mark S. Subject: Storm Damage With all the news lately about the subzero weather and snow that the midwest and east coast areas are Continue reading I feel your pain.
From: Dan The once every seven years dusting of snow in Nashvegas. Had to get the ‘cross bike in it. -dan eastsidecyclist.blogspot.com Nice to see Continue reading Product placement
Shit. Amazing what you can find when you actually pay attention. I parked this one in the drafts folder and lost sight of it for Continue reading Day late and a dollar short
A report in from our South of the Border Correspondent, and everyone’s favorite Uncle, Pistil Pete. From: Pistil Pete Well, Mazatlan is fun, but too Continue reading A report from the road
Yes, indeed. Spring is coming. And, with it, pain. My man Legs told me he was “logging some miles trying to get ready for our Continue reading Spring is coming