Monthly Archives: October 2010

Halloween Costume: King of All Cosmos

TweetOne night, the King of All Cosmos got drunk and accidently destroyed all the stars in the sky. No biggie! He’ll just send his son, the Prince, to roll up everything on Earth into giant balls which will then become … Continue reading

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A short-lived BSNYC Mention

TweetIt’s been brought to my attention that I was mentioned by the famed Bike Snob NYC himself, as a contender for “Best Freestyle Cockpit” in his annual“Cockpit of the Year Contest” And then the photo of my bike disappeared later … Continue reading

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New Tail Light: Why the PDW Radbot 1000 Rules.

TweetWhenever I’m biking in a situation where I feel unsafe because of the cars whizzing from behind me at daunting speeds, like on any straight-away where cars have the opportunity to driver faster than crawling, I often find myself thinking … Continue reading

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HONK! Festival Bikes

TweetSunday was the fifth annual HONK! Parade, and there were all sorts of neat bikes marching along with the bands: Here’s a dutch bakfiet, the first I’ve ever seen around here in Boston: An xtracycle: behind the guy holding a … Continue reading

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This week in Boston DIY Hacks: Messenger Bag Turned Backpack, Camera Boom and U-Lock Holster

TweetOne of my favorite things about being a cyclist is coming up with practical solutions on my own, and I’m always especially excited to discover new innovations others come up with right here in Boston. I ran into my friend … Continue reading

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New Sharrows on South Huntington/Huntington Ave.

TweetSnagged some photos around 11pm on Thursday night of workers burning some shiny new sharrows onto the road at the intersection of South Huntington Ave and Huntington Ave: Here’s the Google Maps street view of what it looked like before: … Continue reading

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