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Jack and I are headed off on an overnight canoe trip through the wilds of Ipswich, so we won’t get to experience the innaugural ARTCRANK Boston. Bummer.

The Spokesman

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For your Saturday, this mini movie from Dean Saffron about James, a bike collector and believer in time capsules. Enjoy! video credit: Dean Saffron

Safety By Design

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Welcome, May! (How did that happen?) Just in time for National Bike Month, I happened upon new-to-me blog Bicycle Graphic Design, and from there, a series of sleek bike safety posters from Thomas Yang of 100copies.

Cycle Style 2.0

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When Nathaniel Fink caught Jack on the Southwest Corridor a few weeks ago, it came up in conversation that I bike as well. Nathaniel and I have been trying to find a warm, sunny day to meet up ever since, … Continued

Cycle Style

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Today, Jack’s making an appearance over at Cycle Style Boston. Jack and I are both big fans of bicycles, but even I can’t match Jack’s dedication to commuting by bike all year long – I just get sick of the slop … Continued

Required Reading: Bicycle Diaries

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It’s still (barely) National Bike Month, and we’re still feeling festive – it seems as if there has been more good news about biking this month than we’ve seen in a while (which is, perhaps, the point), and we’re all for it. … Continued

Born to Bike

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For anyone who has ever navigated Boston’s streets on two wheels, it’s painfully obvious that cars are king in our culture – but not so everywhere. In honor of National Bike Month, a peek at this terrific traffic garden in … Continued

Chain Gang

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Our love of bikes is well-documented. Our home, however, is conspicuously lacking in any evidence of our two-wheeled ways – aside from the spare set of wheels temporarily living in the office. Despite having artwork in every room, we are completely … Continued