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RAVX Lumi X2 Candy Lights

ravx lumi x2 candy lights   RAVX Lumi X2 Candy Lights

If you are interested in a small discrete bike light with a smaller price tag, the new RAVX Lumi X2 Candy Lights are something to think about. Featuring 2 LED lights, elastic mount straps, and either red or white lights so you can use on the front of your bike or rear with different flashing modes. Easy installation, all you have to do is wrap the elastic bands around your handlebars or seatpost. Light power is provided by the Lumi X2, and two batteries come with each light lasting around 100 hours. Seven different body colors are available which are Green Apple, Bubblegum, Grape, Blueberry, Cherry, Lemon, Ice. Retail price is $12.

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Cyclist Hate Group Fan Page on Facebook

cyclist hate group fan page facebook   Cyclist Hate Group Fan Page on Facebook

Last night while on the official Bike Reviews facebook, we stumbled upon a fan page that we call the Cyclists Hate Group, but the real name to it is “There’s a perfectly good path right next to the road you stupid cyclist!”. We were honestly shocked to see that (at the time) 30,000 people are fans, but after further reading most of these people are fighting against the group. Now, at the time of this writing, almost 33,000 people have joined the group, with both sides making threats, but it seems if cyclists have taken the group over, just check out the reviews, 1 star ratings all across. The feud between cyclists and cars will always be present, but one thing is for sure, we are all tax payers, cyclists and people in cars, and part of this money goes to the roads, so…

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Bike Thief Steals Bike with Three Sleeping Children

bike thief steals bike three sleeping children   Bike Thief Steals Bike with Three Sleeping Children

It is a terrible thing to have your bike stolen, we have gone through it and know many of you have too. But one bike thief recently stole a cargo bike in Copenhagen and noticed three children sleeping. The cargo bike stolen was a Christiania transport bike which is known to transport children. The thief, a 39 year old man stole the bike in from of a shop in the Nørrebro district while the father was inside shopping. When he discovered the three children ages one, four and seven, he asked the eldest where they lived, and cycled to their house and dropped them off. A neighbor witnessed the actions and called the police, and soon after the man was arrested.

Source: Cphpost

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Brooks x Dan Funderburgh: Team Pro Alpe d’Huez Saddle

brooks x dan funderburgh team pro alpe dhuez saddle1   Brooks x Dan Funderburgh: Team Pro Alpe dHuez Saddle
Alpe d’Huez is a formidable climb that’s been used as a stage finish in the Tour de France over the last several decades, and Brooklyn artist Dan Funferburgh’s inspiration in his collaboration with Brooks England. The Alpe d’Huez is featured in Funferburgh’s work through embossed leather that takes on the Brooks classic shape over chromium plated steel. Coming in at 550g, the saddle comes in three different colors, Black, Brown, and Honey.

Aside form his collaboration with Brooks, Funferburgh’s art can be viewed in more places than just on a bike such as Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum and the Miami Museum of Modern Art. Funferburgh has done other bike related art, sharing his love for the bicycles.

Like most of Brooks’ saddles, you can expect to pay a premium dollar, $195.


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Specialized Atlas T – Long Sleeve

specialized atlas t long sleeve   Specialized Atlas T   Long Sleeve

The Specialized Atlas T – Long Sleeve is a great base layer for the cooler weather, and can also be worn casually off the bike. It wicks away moisture thanks to its channeled yarn construction. Lightweight and hydrophobic polyester helps keep you dry, and is comfortable as well. The raglan sleeve design with yoke shoulder ensures freedom of movement, and the versatile and functional style lends itself to a myriad of other sports and activities besides cycling. The Specialized Atlas T – Long Sleeve is available for purchase at the Specialized online shop for $55….

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Team Type 1 Invites Public to Ride

team type 1 invites public to ride   Team Type 1 Invites Public to Ride

US-based Continental team Type 1 has invited the public to take part in a ride with the team as part of its “Pedal with the Pros” fundraiser in February. For $5,000, participants will be flown to northeastern Georgia, where they will be housed, fed, and receive Team Type 1 gear. The team’s CEO, Phil Southerland, said that the fundraiser started with inquiries from fans about how they can show support for the only pro team with type 1 diabetes. “This is a great way to give those people a real hands-on experience at what the ‘pro lifestyle’ – and more specifically, what the ‘pro lifestyle with diabetes’ is like. We can show people with and without the disease the additional steps our athletes take to be the best they can be, and how we use diabetes to make us better people,” he said. He…

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Bike Commuters Gain Support in New York City

bike commuters gain support in new york city   Bike Commuters Gain Support in New York City

Cyclists in New York city are getting a new incentive to cycle to work, as a new law has come into effect. The law says that bicycles can be carried in freight elevators for workers in tower blocks, so they don’t have to leave their bike locked up down at the street. Employees can utilize this new law by calling for the implementation of a Bicycle Access Plan, which the company must follow unless they are exempt for certain reasons, such as there not being a freight lift, or safety hazards. This new law is part of the city’s efforts to get more people biking to work. If employees have a convenient way to lock up their bikes and store them, they are more likely to cycle to work. “A lack of secure bike access and parking at the office is one of the biggest…

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