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A community for cyclists as well as other people interested in latest bicycle and mountain bikes news and discussions. 

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Why Isn’t It a Crime To Kill a Cyclist with a Car?
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*The number of Americans who commute via bicycle jumped by 64 percent between 1990 and 2009, yet the laws that protect them have lagged behind. Nationwide, the bike safety landscape looks like a patchwork of state regulations and variations in enforcement. In most states, the only law explicitly addressing bike safety is a safe passing law requiring drivers to give cyclists a cushion of anywhere from two to four feet. In only three states is it a felony offense to maim or fatally injure a bik... nextcity.org/features/view/...
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Two Key Strength Exercises to Prevent Cycling Injuries and Fatigue
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Riki Bryan, founder of the Hard Boiled Holistics “functional movement studio” in New York City, has a surprising perspective on gyms: He doesn’t like them. “I’d rather be cycling or surfing or doing something fun outdoors,” he says. “But in NYC, it’s hard to do that on a daily basis. So, I thought, how do I keep my body ready for those times when I do those sports?”

The DJ, designer, and cyclist developed a unique fitness philosophy that borrows from tai chi,

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4K—Chasing Matt Reyes and John Cardiel
Made a quick one with Slum & Cards while shooting in New York for the Chrome Industries familia video. As always filmed in 4K for your optical pleasure. Catc...
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Family, friends mourn Paul Umino, longtime Petaluma doctor killed in cycling crash
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Paul Umino, 74, a retired Petaluma doctor, died Wednesday after being stuck by a car while cycling on Valley Ford Road. www.pressdemocrat.com/news/...
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Bikes And...People For Bikes - A Podcast
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A conversation with Jenn Dice from People For Bikes about their mission to get more people riding bikes.
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From Gravel Racer to National Track Champion in One Year: The Amazing, Unlikely Story of Ashton Lambie
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The world of grass-track racing isn’t usually known for delivering Olympic hopefuls, but then again, Olympics aren’t about what’s normal, they’re about what’s extraordinary. Ashton Lambie’s story might not match that of the Jamaican bobsled team, but it isn’t far off. 

Lambie, 26, works as a mechanic at Sunflower Outdoor & Bike Shop in Lawrence, Kansas, and races track for th...

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Moving Mountains | Ladakh
Many many years ago, when there was no google maps or the internet, Ladakh was a far away mystical place for me. However, with the rapidly changing times aro...
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I’m 44 and I Want to Get Rad
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The jump is fearsome, a steep wall of soil, frozen in a curl like a wave at Cortes Bank, motionless outside of geologic time. But there’s a twist: It doesn’t crash down on you. You crash down on it.

The consequences of said crashing aren’t exactly the same, but it feels close enough when you’re in your mid-40s and acutely aware of gravity and your lack of mastery of it. Acutely aware of being self-employed and purchasing your own h...

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First Look: Orbea Wild FS e-Mountain Bike
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Spanish bike manufacturer Orbea enters the e-mountain bike market with its first model, called “Wild FS.” It will be one of the first to feature Shimano’s impressive STePS E-8000 system when the bike becomes available in November. STePS E-8000 is a class 1 electric assist system with a 250-watt motor, producing 70 newton meters of torque with a color handlebar display and bluetooth connectivity. According...

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Hobbled by Theft and Vandalism, Baltimore Bike Share Temporarily Shuts Down
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Liz Cornish remembers when Baltimore Bike Share left her hanging.

As executive director of Bikemore, a local cycling advocacy group, Cornish was giving a tour of the system to urban planning students from Morgan State University. She had hoped to show them how bike share worked and what it could do for the city.

What she found was a network in bad decline.

“It was spotty. It was isolated,” she said. “Out of two major stations, we were only able to get two bikes to wor...

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