Here is some videos found on the webosphere to fill your Friday with bike love.
I was sent this one from a reader: Kiel. Seems like this bike train (bike pooling) is taking off. Here is one about biketrainpdx.org biking to school in a group, Portland Oregon style.
How bout bombing some nice [...]
Well the world of bicycle manufactures and retailers are getting ready to descend upon the most un-bike friendly place in America for some, “Gear and Loathing in Las Vegas!”
Yes it’s time for Interbike2010, September 22nd-24th.
My good friends at Urban Velo, Brad and Jeff will be covering this like a broke foreclosed homeowner [...]
Today marks 10 years since protesters disrupted the ministerial meeting of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in the city of Seattle. That weekend was a benchmark for the protest movement around the world and was much more about the creative commitment of thousands of people coming together against free trade and corporate greed [...]
The guys over at urbanvelo.org were wise to get out of there home town of Pittsburgh last weekend. The world’s leaders were gathered for the G20 summit and felt so threatened by a few people demonstrating these silly little things like their constitutional rights that they: Called in 4000 police officers, used pepper spray, [...]
Great bicycle culture magazine, Urbanvelo now has issue #15, out now. download a copy here.
Urbanvelo is produced by Brad Quatuccio and Jeffery Guerrero, out of Pittsburgh PA, which oddly enough is the host city for the G20, September 24-25th. This just so happens to fall on Critical Mass.
Should be [...]