Back in the day, I used to do profiles of other bicycle blogs where I would send out questions, got back the answers and then post it up as if I actually did an interview with these people. Ok, I was borrowing from a time honored tradition of zines.
I started this back in [...]
Somehow I stumbled upon this plot to get people to ride their bikes for 30 days in April. It all got started by a couple of bike fanatics in Minnesota who decided to use the social network power of twitter to convince people to use pedal power as their prime source of getting around.
Late at night in Brooklyn’s Prospect park you might have spied a group of spandex clad bikers discussing tactics for such events as a team time trial or match sprints. These events normally occur on a velodrome like the famous one in Kissena Queens, where competitors battle it out on brakeless track bikes in [...]
Many websites, video collectives and blogs are at the forefront of the free style fixed gear craze. One of those is Zlogblog out of Seattle. Here is my interview with creator, Zach Hoffner.
Name, age and where you live (ride)
Zach Hoffner, 23, Capitol Hill Seattle, Washington
What bikes do you own?
I know It’s sad, two of my childhood stars have passed on. Michael I really loved watching your dance moves. They were like no other. You dazzled me as a kid until you got all weird and reclusive and white. Farah, you weren’t my favorite angel but a friend of mine had your [...]
Today we bring it back home to Brooklyn, NY.
Anita Singh is a bicycle enthusiast who writes the blog: www.brooklynbybike.com
She started the site to have fun group rides with her friends and meet new bikers.
Now she finds cool local events, fashion tips and most recently has a thing or two to [...]
Here is my bike blogger profile of the week.
Today we go to Boston, which will be hosting the North American Cycle Courier Championships also known as the NACCC.
Dan Pugatch is not your typical bike messenger in Beantown. Find out why in this Q and A.
Name, Age, where you live?
John has been an institution in the world of cycling here in NYC for decades. He is currently the director of the Kissena velodrome out in Queens. He has been a prolific force in keeping NYC’s only cycle track open and running, offering track racing experience to the young and old. He has been [...]
In my on going series of the bike bloggers of the world we focus our attention on Barcelona Spain.
Here we meet: Cristian Marin Santos and Jordi “Santa” Tamayo This picture makes me want to play some Zarathustra from 2001, because these guys are getting enlightened and passing on their love of the fixed [...]
Here is the latest installment of my Bike Blogger Q and A series. I got the distinct pleasure of getting some questions answered from one of my favorite bloggers, Stevil Kinevil of: SWOBO’s “How to avoid the bummer life.”
Check it out:
Name, Age and where you reside? Stevil Michael Kinevil, 38, mid [...]