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New Kids on the Bike Block in Boulder, Colorado


It took some doing, but we did it.

As of October 2014, we opened the doors to Boulder Bicycle Works.

And by “it took some doing,” I mean it took some 40+ years of wrenching at bike shops around the US, frame building, mountain, road and snow bike racing, owning a bike shop in Italy, rep-ing bikes all over New England, having a bike fit shop in Massachusetts, bike touring across continents, having kids and a slew of other two-wheeled adventures before Dave and I worked together in a Colorado bike shop decided to open a shop of our own in Boulder, CO. 256 more words

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Post your bicycle stories...

I’ve enjoyed many conversations lately about bicycles and bike-riding. There are dozens of stories about what riding a bike means to people.

Someone said to me recently: 98 more words

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Lord of the rules

It was a sunny morning on Coolangatta beach. The sea was sending small swells around Greenmount headland. Two young girls were learning to surf in the shallows. 1,006 more words

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Diablo Valley Farmers' Market & the Walnut Creek Canal Ride

Although like everyone else in our area we bemoan and fear our ongoing drought, we could not help but appreciate the gorgeous warm weather last Saturday. 193 more words


Cycling in paradise

Cars are few. Bikes are plenty. The speed limit is 25km/hour. Most visitors ride bikes. Nobody needs a bike lock. The air is clean. The water is clear and unpolluted. 848 more words


Bicycle culture in The Netherlands

A friend recently visited The Netherlands for a family reunion. Over a few weeks, he travelled to four cities and as a keen photographer (and the owner of a new bike for cycling forest trails), James was captivated by the way in which bicycles are part of everyday life.  471 more words