I learned a lot about tire pressure and tire wear touring last summer. But this article from Jan Heine on Adventure Cycling Association’s site taught me about the science behind optimal tire pressure. 200903_PSIRX_Heine
From the Adventure Cycling Association, I am a member.
I was zipping down Naito Parkway the other day and what should appear, but a B-Line (sustainable urban delivery) bike serving up Dave’s Killer Bread (DKB). Way to go guys!
http://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/page/?o=3Tzut&page_id=115586&v=3w Everyone says you will be on their blog, these guys actually put us on. Feeling was mutual guys, loved your attitude.
Oregon Manifest celebrates the art, craft and community of bicycling. Our mission is to engage a wide audience with cycling lifestyle through innovative, influential events around the bicycle. OREGON MANIFEST CONSTRUCTOR’S DESIGN CHALLENGE Frame builders from around the country are challenged to design and build an innovative, modern transportation bike in this technical trial of […]
Today, the first day we were on the Trans Am (American) trail (www.adventurecycling.org and we saw a total of 12 bikers (23 June), 9 EB and 3 WB. We camped with two from Grass Valley,CA at Ochoco County Park which was extremely nice. We stopped fornany others we could and yelled or waved to th […]
Feb. 18, 2009 — The next time you change a bike tire, think about upgrading your power as well. Scientists at MIT are testing a new power generation, storage and propulsion system known as the GreenWheel that will turn any pedal bicycle into an electric hog. “Just take the wheel off, put a GreenWheel equipped […]