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A guest blog from Laura Colbert of Loose Nuts Cycles in Atlanta, GA. Saturday was a beautiful day in Atlanta, one of those occasional Southern winter days when it feels like spring--the opposite of what cyclocross weather should be.  Other parts of the country have muddy,...

[gallery ids="10181,10180,10185,10179,10183,10182"] When my work started "pre-selling" the new XX1 group I knew this is what I had to have for my new hardtail race machine. Not only is it the latest and greatest, which doesn't always appeal to me on my own bikes, it was...

The thoughts and details during a bike build are what make a great bike shop a resource and a dream factory for bicycle geeks like myself. These custom bike builds are what keep me inspired and excited to continue to work within the industry. Few more...

Some clothing pieces in my internet travels that have grabbed my attention. Let It Rain Jacket - Athleta $178 Cortina Hoody - Smartwool $120 Viva Cycling Cap - Castelli $14.95 Grand Prix Wool Jersey - Terry $140 Fit & Vicious - Endurance Conspiracy $30 Merino Wool Hoodie - Twin Six $180 ...

A guest post by Laura Colbert of Loose Nuts Cycles in Atlanta, GA I'm really excited to follow Arleigh's New Years post from yesterday. I too have spent the past couple of weeks reflecting on the past year and what I would like to see in the coming year.
From mid-September to March I am living in knee warmers. My tan lines will prove this as it is pretty far into the summer before the lines around my mid calves start disappearing. Here is my ode to knee warmers...
For the 2013 season I'm really focusing on a handful of endurance mountain bike races and then a slew of cross country mountain bike series (SERC, Southern Classic and the Georgia State MTB.) Then in the fall of course will be cyclocross domination (it will be domination and not just participation!) Looking at my schedule and thinking of bikes for work/demo and brand representation I had a lot to chose from. My rock steady go to bike for the past year has been the Salsa Spearfish. Made to crush endurance with 29er wheels, 100mm front, 80mm rear and a very stable handling platform. As a rep I have many brands to represent and having ridden a Spearfish non-stop for the past year most of my stores have seen that bike, or at least listened to stories of how killer the bike is.

Enter the Foundry Cycles Broadaxe

When I heard a company was making a waterproof backpack designed not only for bike commuting by for WOMEN I jumped at the chance to review the product. Velo Transit is a based out of Seattle, WA where they design, build, test and ship their bags out of. The first time I learned of the company was this past spring, they are making waves as their designs are very function built and have some pretty unique ideas built into their bags.