Tag Archives: cycling

Strong Legs Series: Laura Lee Vo

Through June, we are featuring our cycling athletes in our “strong legs” series. This week, meet Laura Lee Vo, Brooklyn resident and racer for our Radical Media women’s cycling team. Her friendly personality and lovable demeanor are one of the … Continue reading

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Strong Legs Series: Jeff Rodriguez

Through June, we are featuring our cycling athletes in our “strong legs” series. This week, meet Jeff Rodriguez, sales person at our Brooklyn store in Park Slope. Jeff is an avid bike commuter by way of Strava, and up-and-comer to … Continue reading

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Strong Legs Series: Stephanie Kaplan

Through June, we are featuring our cycling athletes in our “strong legs” series. This week, meet Stephanie Kaplan, New Yorker, bike commuter, racer on Asphalt Green cycling team, and one of five women selected nationally for the Specialized women’s cycling … Continue reading

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Change in Cycling: A Conversation with Paul Kimmage

Two weeks ago, I had the honor of interviewing cycling journalist Mr. Paul Kimmage at a Q&A discussion about cycling’s recent scandals and what they mean to the sport. I was curious to learn more about his personal experiences in covering cycling, … Continue reading

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In support of the local cycling community this holiday season

Yesterday we had the opportunity at Bicycle Habitat to attend Recycle a Bicycle’s 18th birthday party. The attendance at this year’s bash as compared with last year’s was significantly higher – an indicator of the progress happening for safer streets. It was a friendly group … Continue reading

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Lance Armstrong: Heroic saga worth remembering

This week has been full of controversy around Lance Armstrong. Trek and Nike dropped their sponsorship, and Armstrong himself has resigned the Livestrong Foundation. The cycling community is stunned at the allegations as well as the outcomes. I don’t believe … Continue reading

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Women and Bicycles: Women-led design has arrived

“I think [the bicycle] has done more to emancipate women than anything else in the world. It gives a woman a feeling of freedom and self-reliance. The moment she takes her seat she knows she can’t get into harm unless … Continue reading

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