Results tagged with 'bike'
Published May 3, 2013
The frame starts out as one would expect, with 4130 chromoly tubing in "a traditional double triangle design with a horizontal top tube, aero profile fork and horizontal dropouts to easily accommodate a singlespeed, fixed, or internal gear hub." But here is where it gets interesting. "The Quiver also ships with our proprietary derailleur hanger and removable cable stops so it can be built up as a geared road bike with front and rear derailleurs."
Published April 28, 2013
Although it seemed like Walker's Point should already have a place to buy and repair bicycles, it didn't - until this week. Carolyn Weber and Tristan Klein quietly opened Coast In Bikes at 700 S. 5th St. in the Bucketworks building. They plan to have a grand opening celebration on June 1.
Published March 16, 2012
It's still the middle of March, but it's quite obvious the cycling season has begun regardless. To celebrate, Fyxation has teamed up with Milwaukee Bicycle Company (Ben's Cycle) and photographer Peter DiAntoni of COG Magazine (also based out of Milwaukee) to help promote their new contest by giving away a brand new State Bicycle Co. fixed gear bicycle, equipped with Fyxation components. All you have to do is Like their Facebook page.
Published Dec. 16, 2011
Earlier this year there was much debate on whether or not the Wisconsin Department of Transportation should consider redeveloping the Hoan Bridge to include a bicycle and pedestrian path while redecking the surface. After an extended feasibility study, which took into account cost, traffic impact, and engineering possibilities, WisDOT released news today that the project is dead.
Published Dec. 5, 2011
The Milwaukee Bicycle Collective's Third Annual Winter Cycling Forum and Dance Party is Thursday, Dec. 8 at the Riverwest Public House. The timing could hardly be more perfect.
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Day 10 July 6, 2010ARNOLD, Nebraska - Since leaving Denver, Col. I feel like I've finally got my groove onBiking from Sterling to Holyoke and crossing into Nebraska - experiencing towns like Grant, Ogallala and Paxton. Ogallala had a lot of American Indian history; even the name...
GREELEY, Col. - The train depot in Greeley serves as headquarters for the Chamber of Commerce. Bill Sterling was on the clock and so was Bella, a 5-year-old English bulldog. "She's the director of greeting," said Sterling. Bella was a beast - about 80 pounds packaged into a 2-foot-lon...
Day 7, July 2, 2010 Greeley, ColoradoGREELEY, COLORADO - Pulled into Denver via Greyhound at 6:30 a.m. and had my bike unboxed and put together and was on the road within a half hour.Found the fabulous South Platte River Trail; a wonderful paved trail just outside Denver that parallel...
INTERESTING MINNESOTA... Crossed from Fargo, North Dakota into Moorhead, Minnesota which is home to a plethora of gigantic tourist attractions. Big Ole is a 28-foot Viking statue in Alexandria that's welcomed visitors since 1965. There is a 13-foot prairie chicken in Rothsay, Mi...
Pateros, WA - Making my way from Winthrop to the Coulee Dam. Hitting the road around 5 a.m. in order to beat the heat and the headwinds; temperatures this week are expected to be in the 90s.. Took a break at the Rest Awhile cafe along Highway 153, just outside Pateros. Homemade desse...
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