No, the Bicycle Design blog isn’t coming back (at this time at least), but I do want to share my recap of the North American Handmade Bicycle Show with any of you who are still subscribed to the feed. You can see my latest post at JCTdesign.net for a few impressions from the show, and browse through all of my NAHBS 2014 photos here. Posted in Uncategorized. By James Thomas – March 19, 2014
“I'm from Copenhagen and I bike every day.” “I assume you are going to a New Year Eve's party, Yes. It's wonderful to use your bike when you go out because you don't have to think about drinking too much or catching the last bus.
There are a great many reasons why people choose to live in cities. The life, the culture, the job opportunities, the sense of community that you can find even in the presence of great numbers of strangers. When we travel from our home city to another, we will always have our individual observations, often details that nobody else will notice. All based on our own urban experience, our personal preferences and our lives in our home city.
It’s inevitable that year-round bike commuters will have to deal with rain at some point. The good news is that riding in the rain doesn’t have to be a miserable experience, and with a little preparation and the right attitude, it can actually be quite enjoyable. Bike Set-up Any bike that will be ridden in the rain on a regular basis needs fenders. Long, full coverage fenders are best, but if they’re not available, mud flaps increase the effectiveness of short fenders.
The Bike Show from Resonance FM