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New feature…write this craig’s list ad

Here’s a new game, come up with the Craig’s list ad for this picture.

A little more on the Lightlane project.

Check it out Here.

Bamboo bikes…Strong, Renewable, Recyclable and only $10,000.

How’s that for green chic. Here is a story from Toronto’s The Star.com with a nice quote from Messenger legend and bike shop owner Nadir Olivet of Lacarrera-Cycles.com

article link Riding a bike made of grass June 24th, 2009 Catherine Porter ENVIRONMENT REPORTER

It’s light, it sucks carbon out of the air [...]

Make your own bike lanes…while you ride.

Dan Katz, my gadgets look-out, sent this amazing new product. Create your own bike lane using a “LAZOR.” It’s Light Lane. Check out the video: [...]

King of Evil alleycat-St. Petersburg Florida

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Bicycle Film Festival, next stop-Philadelphia

The bicycle film festival moves on to its next city: Philadelphia June 26-27th.

I did a Q and A with Joe Stakun who is running the BFF in Philly. Joe is also one of the film makers who made a documentary about an upstate NY BMX company success story: FBM.

The name of [...]

Global Gutz, spilled all around the world.

Here is some more from this years Global Gutz alleycat. A race where messengers from all over the world raced on the same day.

Check out some photos from Kevin Dillard from DC.

Full album available here.

A few cities posted there routes using Google Maps. Berlin: (click image)

DC: Global [...]

Photos and article from 2009 Harlem Skyscraper Classic

On Sunday, after racing in this years Harlem Skyscraper Classic, David August Trimble took some vibrant detailed photographs that really captured the action of this pro cycling event.

See more of Dave’s photo at his flickr set.

Also J. David Goodman of the NY Times wrote this article on how the race [...]