Better Bike Industry
WABA (Washington Area Bicycle Association) is putting together an education and outreach program to get more women on bikes! While the program is still in the infancy it seems they have obtainable goals and mission to begin with. I’m excited to follow along with what WABA is doing and how
A guest post by Laura Colbert of Loose Nuts Cycles in Atlanta, GA So, I know my byline up there says that I represent Loose Nuts Cycles when I write. The truth is that I am by no means a bicycle industry professional. I ride my bike to work and
When you pair my love of design and retail you have a very, very, strong passion for the “retail experience.” What is a retail experience? A mix of great customer experience, accessorized displays and a well laid out “flow” of a store. As I travel across the country, visit more bicycle shops
On March 4th, 2013, timing around the National Bike Summit, the League of American Bicyclists are hosting the second annual National Women’s Bicycling Forum. I asked Carolyn, Director of Communications at the League of American Bicyclists, some follow up questions to learn more about what the League has planned for this Forum!
Today is Bike Shop Saturday. Going right along with Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday and any other “holiday” created to spend money. The event was created by Cycling Utah to encourage money to be spent back into the local community, specifically around bikes.
Since childhood I’ve had a journal in which I would lay out frustrations, draw desires and jot down quotes that inspired or motivated me to be a better person. Since high school I have found my outlet in typing on a keyboard. In 2009 I moved much of my efforts of
This past Sunday I drove down to the Atlanta metro for an event with Reality Bikes in Cumming, GA. The event was simply bringing together Ridley riding customers and new friends for a ride, celebration of all things Belgium (food and beer) and looking at the new 2013 product. While
Been hanging out every other Saturday bantering about bikes with a buncha guys (and one lady) with the Spokesmen Cycling Roundtable Podcast. Listen to the last two that I was present on here: Episode #91 Topics Included: USADA Reasoned Decision Report Livestrong fundraiser Lance Armstrong losing sponsors, one by one
I don’t plan on waxing a poetic response to what is going on with Lance Armstrong or the doping scandal of the pro cycling folks. My buddy Josh did a good job of that already, read it here. This video, shot locally in Charlotte, at a race put on by