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my newest sponsor: Bike Werx

I wanted to introduce everyone to my newest sponsor.

Owner Val of BikeWerx, has started a new direction in bike sales offering a complete service to fellow cyclists who are interested in selling their bikes, parts and other accessories. Val has been involved in the bike scene in Miami for many years watching [...]

Documentary about the ghostbikes

Since it recently came up with the threat of sanitation removing them, it reminded me that film maker Meaghan Wilbur is making a piece about the ghost bikes.

Here is more info from her Kickstarter page:

“meaghan, why are you making this film? posted on June 1

I’ve been answering this question [...]

Love your bike-Valentines Week

Accodring to the Daily Beast, New York is ranked the 58th city to fall in love in. Maybe the weren’t doing this survey about falling in love with your bike. Here is a quick round up of upcoming Valentine’s Day Bike events in NYC and beyond.

–Matt and Brittain love bikes and are [...]

Tragedy in Miami

Ok, enough selling out to beverage companies and iphone apps…

There was a serious tragedy in Miami, that was brought to my attention by a loyal reader Stephen.

Sunday, January 17th, 44year old cyclist and family man, Christophe Le Canne, was killed buy a drunk driver on the BearCut Bridge in Miami, Fl, in [...]

Miami critical mass going strong

Here is an article from the Miami Herald that shows how their monthly critical mass ride is improving cycling.

The monthly Critical Mass bike ride through some of Miami’s busiest streets has grown substantially over the summer and fall. BY ANDRES VIGLUCCI aviglucci@MiamiHerald.com

We are riding our bicycles right down the middle of [...]

Bicycle Film Festival Orlando and Miami, interview

The Bicycle Film Festival has been rolling through the country this summer, so far in these cities:

Memphis • New York • Philadelphia • Pittsburgh • Minneapolis • Richmond • San Francisco • Detroit • Oakland • Portland • Austin • Chicago • Montreal • Boulder • Toronto • Orlando

In my ongoing series, [...]