Tag Archives: CO-MOTION CYCLES

Off the Bike Attractions

Off the Bike Attractions

One of the reasons I wanted to host the Ronde et Vous was to provide an event that sat somewhere between a gravel ride and the Handmade Bicycle Show. Because the gravel category is so conducive ...

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Hey That Was Fun!

Hey That Was Fun!

The Ronde et Vous is in the books. I’m not normally at a loss for words, but this is one occasion where I feel like saying much about the event other than just bare facts will come across ...

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Point Proof

Point Proof

The bike industry has endured a tough decade. Shops have closed in record numbers. Profits are down, and depending on to whom you speak, the average sale price of a bike is down as well. Still, ...

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2018 NAHBS: Best Tandem

2018 NAHBS: Best Tandem

The tandem category was unfortunately thin this year. Santana brought an amazing carbon monocoque tandem, a truly fascinating bike and one that has no commercial peer. Unfortunately, it was made ...

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2018 NAHBS: Best Gravel

2018 NAHBS: Best Gravel

I created the best gravel category because a few years ago we had more gravel bikes in the cyclocross category than we had actual ‘cross bikes.The thing is, what makes a ‘cross bike ...

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NAHBS 2017: Part VIII

NAHBS 2017: Part VIII

There’s one final award I need to mention: Best New Builder. This went to Matt Nelson of Salt Air Cycles. Nelson is a Salt Lake City-based builder who focuses largely on road and ...

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Coming Attraction

Coming Attraction

With 20 years of hindsight at my disposal, I’ve come to a realization. Tandems are a bit like God. Either you believe in them, or you don’t. Either you appreciate the intimate ...

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Interbike ’14, Part VII

Interbike ’14, Part VII

SRM has introduced a new head unit, the PC8. Like all SRM units, it is jam-packed with features, but what sets this unit apart from previous SRM head units is that it records GPS data and speaks ...

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Great Towns: Eugene, Oregon

Great Towns: Eugene, Oregon

One of my favorite features to living a life in which the bike plays a dominant role is the way that simple device takes me to new places. Were it not for the bike, I’d probably never have ...

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