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Monthly Archives: October 2010
We recently received prototypes of the new Grand Bois “Lierre” (Ivy) 650B x 36 mm tires. A few readers already spied them at the Oregon Handmade Bicycle Show, mounted on the bike displayed at the Bicycle Quarterly stand. When 650B … Continue reading
Autumn is a melancholy time. In Seattle, it is hardly noticeable, as the weather gradually gets cooler and wetter. But in the Cascade Mountains, the change of the seasons is swift and spectacular: Cold nights turn deciduous foliage into bright … Continue reading
Most cyclists are interested in improving their bike’s performance, because rolling along at considerable speed while expending relatively little effort is one of the great appeals of cycling. Before you can improve your bike’s performance, you need to know what … Continue reading
The Oregon Handmade Bicycle Show was a celebration of finely crafted bicycles. With natural overhead light in a former industrial building, the bicycles were displayed well. Tony Pereira (above) showed a replica of his Oregon Manifest-winning commuter machine with its … Continue reading