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Monthly Archives: January 2011
In the last installment of this series, we looked at the bikes we rode when Bicycle Quarterly got started almost a decade ago. How did our preferences change from our familiar bikes with mid-trail geometries, 700C x 28 mm tires … Continue reading
Making tire molds continues to be an inexact art. For decades, riders have complained that many tires, especially wider ones, do not run “true to size.” In most cases, tires were narrower than their stated width, which caused Sheldon Brown … Continue reading
We sometimes hear people criticize our technical analyses: “Bicycle Quarterly’s testers simply prefer they bikes that they ride most. You get used to anything, and then you prefer it.” Or: “Jan has got his preferences. He started a magazine so … Continue reading
From 1938 until today, Cycles Alex Singer has made some of the most wonderful bicycles ever made. (I may be biased, since I ride my 1973 Alex Singer randonneur bike more than any other bike.) Alex Singers have been appreciated … Continue reading