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2022 Bespoked Mega Gallery, Part 02:

Prova Cycles, Clandestine, Black Sheep Bikes, Etoile Cycles, Dawley Bikes, Avalanche Cycles, Coal Bikes, Black Cat Custom Paint, Fahrradbau Stolz, and Sour Bicycles

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2022 Bespoked Mega Gallery, Part 01:

Sturdy Cycles, Quirk Cycles, Donhou Bicycles, Sideways, Lord Cycles, Stayer Cycles, Ted James Designs, and Auckland Cycle Works

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Hotdogs and Mallets: The Eugene Bike Polo Club

For years the words "Bike Polo" have elicited, in my silly little noggin, some sort of barbaric mosh pit of hardcore/anarchist/fixie-skidding/male-presenting jousters, bloody-fresh shinners and…
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Inside the Adventure Dojo: A Visit to Curve Cycling in Melbourne Australia – Sam Rice

In this shop visit, Sam swings by Curve Cycling’s Melbourne digs and chats with the team about the brand’s history, their team of riders, and, of course, their range of adventure-first titanium and steel freedom machines. Read on to get the full rundown.

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TUNED: A Black and Asian Owned Boutique Bike Service Shop in Brooklyn, NY – Angelo Calilap

It seems like only yesterday, Tijon Randall was wrenching client bikes in the basement of his Brooklyn apartment due to COVID-19 shutting down shops across the country. Prior, Tijon was one of the mechanics at a local bike shop in Manhattan when the coron

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Inside / Out at Santa Barbara’s Boom Boom Bike Room – Jim Bob Barnett

I met Alex when he was probably 15 or 16 years old in our local Santa Barbara bike shop Velo Pro. I had recognized him from punk/hardcore shows and I vividly remember him wearing a Minderaser shirt. He came up and was like “what's up dude I’ve

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My Name is Windy: The Scene at the 2021 CX Nats – Carmen Aiken

Act One: We Can’t Stop Here, This is Nats Country! In which our anti-hero-TeamLifeLOL-genderwhatever sets the stage with cold takes on Chicago-lite. What a December it was for The Cyclocross in Chicago. I’ve seen a few different versions of th

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Teaser: Banana Belt Bike People

Colorado is calling. Tune in October 28 for the second episode in our “For the Love of Dirt” series. #SalsaCycles #ForTheLoveOfDirt

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Seeking Adventure In My Own Backyard: Tour Costa de Hermosillo – Daniel Zaid

La Costa de Hermosillo is the name for a vast expanse of land that covers from the west of the city of Hermosillo all the way to the coast of the Gulf of California, 100 km (60 miles) away. Once part of the territory where the Comca’ac Natives thriv

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Arizona National Forests Close Due to Extreme Fire Danger: Yet another example of why Congress needs to act now on climate change – Kurt Refsnider

The accompanying gallery includes photos from a few of the areas in Arizona burned by wildfire in just the past 15 months.  My friend Joe and I stood atop Spruce Mountain just below the fire tower one last time this past Friday, admiring the surround

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Stoke the Flames for the 2021 Swift Campout: An Interview with Martina From Swift Industries – Gritchelle Fallesgon & Martina Brimmer

I feel like I've known Martina and Jason from Swift Industries since the brand's inception. It must have been the 2010 Philly Bike Expo where we first met. Later, I bought an Ozette bag for my Geekhouse touring bike in 2011, and for a number of years, we'

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Gravel and Gratitude: Leonardo Brasil

The second installment of Gravel and Gratitude has launched, featuring Leonardo Brasil: "Freedom, adventure and self-sufficiency. This is why I ride bikes. In a world so dominated by motor vehicles and technology, my bicycle represents simplicity, a way t

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The Open Road: the Orbit 360 – Ryan Le Garrec

2021, March 14th, 5:16 pm Runa, Portugal Runa is a small village that looks like it was supposed to become a town, it just never happened. Not much to see around here. Traversed by a fast road right through it, longing a deserted train station that never

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An Interview with Ariel Wickham Earnhardt and the Full Circle Cycling Project – Ariel Wickham Earnhardt

For today's Reportage, we linked up with Bay Area artist Ariel Wickham Earnhardt to discuss her artwork, her riding, and her role in the Full Circle Cycling Project video we posted earlier this month, which supports the Coast Miwok’s work to share a

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Wahoo Frontiers 2020: Season One

Reflecting on the past helps us prepare for the future. The year 2020 brought about numerous changes, adjustments, and refinements. One thing remains the sam...

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Finding Myself – Sami Sauri

I got my first bike in 2010 and a few years later I was moving around four different cities, racing alleycats, road, cyclocross, MTB. I rode ultra distances along Route 66 and Translabrador Highway - the bike took me so many places, yet I began to realize

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Velocio’s New Lisa Congdon Collection and Interview

Lisa Congdon is an artist, who Velocio pinged to design a collection for them. Well, the whole project looks great but their interview and process images really bring it home. It's always great to read about lesser-known artists in this industry. There&rs

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Spreading Stoke with The Radavist

A purveyor of all things bike and outdoor can only choose the road less traveled. John Watson has led a life along the untrodden path, forging a culture and ...

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Cicli Noe Salsa Track with Campagnolo Pista | The Radavist

There's something about a classic track bike that makes me get a little trigger happy with my camera. While I was in Tucson for New Years, I swung by Cicli Noe, a small bike shop in South Tucson. I've...