When Ted King recently won the Epic 150 gravel race in Missouri on our Rene Herse Steilacoom tires, many were surprised that he ran knobbies on a fast course. But there were a few muddy corners whe…
Source: The long road to dual-purpose knobbies | Off The Beaten Path
When changes to traffic laws were approved in my city recently — little things like requiring drivers to give more space to cyclists when passing — it was heralded as a step forward for bike friend…
Source: This lawyer has detailed all the ways the law subsidizes car drivers, and it’s staggering – Shifter
Independent bike retailers have been fighting for survival for more than 15 years. A few recent developments could put these beloved brick-and-mortar shops out of business for good.
Source: The Death of the Local Bike Shop | Outside Online
February 2019 was a record-breaking month for snow in Minnesota with 39 inches of snowfall in just four weeks, an amount shattering the previous record of 26.5 inches in February 1962. Students have missed several days of school and some workers have shifted their commute mode to cross-country skiing, but the snow has been less fun for those of us who typically walk or bike to get around the Twin Cities. Getting several feet of
Source: How the 2019 Snowmageddon Showed That Cars Remain King | streets.mn