Click through to see the Twin Cities Bike Picture of the day for March 31, 2011. Continue reading
CTC writer Mike Courteau, talks about heading out for the first time this spring. Continue reading
With as much as we think we know about the Twin Cities cycling scene, we are always happy to learn about a new group or organization that we didn’t know existed. The Minneapolis Community and Technical College Bicycle Collective is … Continue reading
One thing that we look for in anything that we decide to purchase is versatility. Being able to use one item for multiple applications really increases the chances that we are going to purchase it. The Black Rose Collective’s Randonneur … Continue reading
Click through to see the Twin Cities Bike Picture of the day for March 30, 2011. Continue reading
Thursday will be the first ever in the Tiny BikeShop Concert Series, presented by Banjo Brothers. We caught up with the folks from Banjo Brothers and learned a little bit more about what was actually going to happen in addition … Continue reading
Anyone watching this year’s NCAA basketball tournament can tell you that rankings mean nothing. This year, all four number one seeds have been sent packing by lower ranked teams.
How is this relevant to Twin Cities cycling?
The battle between Minneapolis and Portland for the top bike city is heating up, and we’ve got the tale of the tape. Follow the link to find out more. Continue reading
Despite the fact that predictions seem to be changing everyday, there is not doubt, some flooding is happening right now in Saint Paul and more is coming. As the weather continues to warm up (come on spring you can do … Continue reading
Click through to see the Twin Cities Bike Picture of the day for March 29, 2011. Continue reading
We aren’t exactly sure how Mayor Rybak scored http://www.themayorblog.com as his domain name, but bravo. Last week, our cycling enthusiastic Minneapolis Mayor posted an article about the Minneapolis program Bike Cops for Kids. This program is aimed specifically at helping … Continue reading