Two of the biggest and longest running alleycat races are kicking 2013 off right.
First up is in the sub-zero realm of Minneapolis, the 16th annual Stupor Bowl.
A little info I gleamed off: urban cyclist worldwide:
You know it’s coming, once again Minneapolis will open it’s arms and bars to the bike world [...]
Title: Alex Singer Cycles By: hanckxlife Seem On: Urban Velo From Filmmaker: On Saturday the 29th of October 2011, I had the privilege to spend some time in the workshop of Alex Singer Cycles, in Paris France. Unfortunately, no active frame building could be documented -as Saturdays are being dedicated to the customers who [...]
Veloviernes Febrero by: Bikercko the skinny: Live from Guatemala’s emerging bike scene. seen on: UCW.com
New York City’s Most Untalented Bike Thief by: AnimalNewYork the skinny: Terrible bike abuse from the world’s worst bike thief. seen on: urbanvelo.org
New York City’s Most Untalented Bike Thief from ANIMALnewyork.com on Vimeo.
Winter Warriors By Gregory J. Scott The Journal, Serving Northeast & Downtown Minneapolis
What does it take to get a Minneapolis cyclist to give up the winter commute? Not a record-setting snowfall, apparently.
JDespite the great winter deluge of December 2010, which dumped more than 33 inches of snow on [...]
Here are some bike movies I wanted to put up last week:
A short film about dutch bike love. 1.
Being a NYC courier in the dead of winter from BODABODA!
Frigid Fury from BODABODANYC on Vimeo.
Sean Martin in riding his fixed in Los Angeles
Sean Martin – I Am Los Angeles from [...]
This 2010 Bicycle Film Festival is rolling into two cities this weekend.
Minneapolis and Washington DC
For the scoop on Minneapolis check out this posting from local blog bikejerksmpls.blogspot.com
and in DC, my pal Gwadzilla.blogspot.com [...]
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.
Meanwhile: Here are some real ticksters getting busy on the track bikes in the snow. NYC’s own Wonka, Mike Schmitt and Joey Krillz are getting GRIMY. They are working on a new line of clothes called: Grime St. Stay tuned on Krillz blog: Smashenger.blogspot.com
WELCOME TO GRIME ST from Mike Schmitt on [...]
This week the Bicycle Film Festival hits Tokyo and Boston.
In my ongoing series of interviewing festival directors in various BFF cities I spoke with Joshua Kampa who is running things for Boston. He is the owner of the new bicycle shop in Somerville, MA called Open Bicycle. This is one busy cyclist [...]
This is the 4th year in a row the BFF has hit Minneapolis, which has often been rated one of the top places to bike in America.
I had a nice chat with Amy Kuretsky, who is organizing the festival for the Minneapolis leg.
—-Name, Age, Where do yo live (ride)