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A Whole New Animal-The RADAVIST

While you were sleeping, all snuggled in your bed…Prolly, the viking conqueror of bicycle blogdom… (PiNP or www.prollyisnotprobably.com)

metamorphosed into his spirit animal…

In other words…one of my favorite bike bloggers and one who’s video submissions I am constantly poaching…has a whole new look and name:

theradavist.com

Right now, he’s [...]

Biking the Lewis & Clark trail with kids.

Charles R. Scott is into endurance biking. He’s also into these kind of adventures with his 12 and 6 year old kids, like a recent ride across the entire length of Japan.

Now he’s gearing up to ride the Lewis & Clark trail which is 3,700 miles and extends from Illinois to the coast [...]

New Bike Blog-Escape from New York

Here is a new bike blog about excursions outside of the city:

I’ve been struggling over what to call this bike blog. I’ve settled for now on “Escape Brooklyn” because it sounds better than “Fuhgeddaboud Brooklyn”. My concern is that the word “escape” lends a negative connotation – as if Brooklyn is a [...]

Velojoy, tips on bike cleaning

Susi, over at Velojoy has a new contributor.

Velojoy welcomes new contributor Susan Lindell, director of retail operations and chief “wrench” for Recycle-A-Bicycle in Brooklyn. Susan’s monthly posts will help keep you in the know about the basics of bike maintenance and mechanics.

(photo by: Velojoy)

Find out some great tips for cleaning [...]

Vacation in Maine

I’m in lovely Bath Maine for the week on our annual family get-together. Enjoying the finer things.

Posts are going to he a little sparse until next week.

Love bikeblognyc

New Blog-Grid Chicago

Just wanted to introduce a new sustainable transportation blog coming out of Chicago, created by urban planner, Steve Vance and Author John Greenfield.

Check out: gridchicago.com.

It’s loosely modeled after Streetsblog.

A description of their site:

“Grid is an outlet for news, commentary, and photography about sustainable transportation-related events, projects, [...]

Check out cycleangelo.cc

I’ve been loving this new bike blog: Cycleangelo.cc

Check out this latest review of cycling wear by Outlier.cc I’m one of those guys that wears the same pair of black pants all year round, regardless of a semi-formal function or riding in the city. I finally gave in, headed over to Chari after [...]

New NYC cycling related blog: The Guardrail NYC

I stumbled upon a new blog which takes an interesting and critical look at some of the roadways and commuting options out there for NYC cycling.

Dan Oliverio writes:

His subtitle is: “Where the automobile stops and your feet take over. A blog covering new and old ideas for transportation and its alternatives, [...]

Post about Tour de Queens from Bitch Cakes

Ms Bitch Cakes of the blog msbitchcakes.blogspot.com is on a quest to loose weight and she’s being brave enough to make her experiences public. She’s seems to be doing quite well and I’d have to say biking around the city has been a big help. I’ve really enjoyed her postings and wanted to [...]

New Bike Blog from Boston

Charlotte started a new blog about biking around the Boston area.

Check it out at bostonbicycle.blogspot.com