From Medium.comBy Pete Hitzeman “Road is dead.” So goes the morose refrain from local coffee shops to pro team board meetings, all across the United States. People say it with the weighty resignation normally reserved for taxes, or political defeats, or the extinction of the northern white rhinoceros. Regrettable, tragic, but what could we do? TheRead More
In Episode 52 of The Gravel Lot Podcast, local badass mom, cyclist, and year-round bike commuter Katie Macarelli talks about being a theatre major, the ever-changing landscape in the bike industry, and equality of opportunity. Check it out!
From Cycling Today 90-year-old cyclist hits back after failed drugs test: Testers are wasting their time His bike is his soapbox. As time caught up with many of his peers, the former United States Navy Band saxophonist , who played for U.S. presidents and visiting VIPs and who was born on his parents’ kitchen tableRead More
From Bicycle Retailer USA Cycling has named Rob DeMartini as its president and chief executive officer. DeMartini joins the organization from New Balance Athletics Inc., where he spent the past 12 years as president and CEO. He will begin his new position in February. “Our entire board and management team enthusiastically welcome Rob as ourRead More
General Motors has announced plans to sell two e-bike models next year and there’s a contest with a $10,000 prize for the best name of their new bike line. Read more
Life Time Fitness recently purchased the Dirty Kanza 200, the latest in a string of indie races to be scooped up by major corporations Read more
Each time retailer Nick Ponsor looks out from his store’s new café, he sees a bike path that owes at least part of its existence to a bike tax his store and others here have been collecting since 1988. Read more