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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    Cannondale has introduced the redesigned Bad Boy, a unique take on the urban commuter bike with its integrated front and rear lights and clean design. There are four models ranging from $870 to $1840. All Bad Boy models have a new one-piece Lefty rigid fork. The Bad Boy 1 and 2 feature the...
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    By getting bikes away from cars, the new bike lanes would help ease automobile congestion and promote alternative transportation (click to enlarge). Munich is making a play for world's most bike friendly city status. The famed German metropolis recently announced preliminary plans to build a...
  3. Commuting, Touring and Ride Reports
    The Denny won a national contest sponsored by jeans maker Levis. What are the key features for the ultimate urban commuter bike? How about a removable handlebar-integrated lock, 
automatic gear shifting, electric power assist for steep hills, and fully-integrated turn signals, headlight and...
  4. General Cycling Discussion
    Mini-Velo bikes haven't exactly caught on here in America, but if you look hard enough, you'll find a few, such as this 2013 Cannondale Hooligan 1. The Hooligan is rare, with its compact frame, Nexus 3-speed hub, and 20" wheels; the combination makes for a capable and nimble handling urban...
  5. Commuting, Touring and Ride Reports
    Back in the mid 1940's a small company, known then as Kyungsung Precision Industries, had it's humble start as a steel tubing and handmade bicycle parts manufacturer. At the time, the startup was focused on making bicycles for the Korean market. That was just the early start of a foundation that...
  6. General Cycling Discussion
    Chris Smith of Lazer Sport shows us some new 2012 helmet offerings that commuters may want to check out. Including a special edition Armor helmet that will raise money for the International Red Cross relief efforts in Japan. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSOF1503E3A
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    Design, technology and styled from Italy, Pistard was created to satisfy the request of thousand of bike addicted, emerged from a worldwide consumer survey, to have products fitting for city use of bicycle, to go to office or to go out in the evening. Anything like this collection is almost not...
  8. Commuting, Touring and Ride Reports
    Reviews by community members are the foundation of RoadBikeReview.com. Share your experience with other cyclists by writing reviews for your bikes, gear, and other related accessories. You don't have to be an expert - everyone's opinion counts. Write A Review >> Featured Review: KHS Urban X...
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