How a Swiss trail builder uses bikes to bridge cultural divides in war zones

Shaping asphalt on a Pump for Peace track in Lesotho. Velosolutions, Dan Milner Former MTB pro Claudio Caluori from Bikesolutions has for mission to bring the children on bicycles. But they don’t have to pedal; they pump. Pump their arms that is. The 17-year-old Swiss company from Caluori manufactures pumping …

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Weekly women’s cycling: issue 28

Hello! Welcome to issue 28 of Women’s Cycling Weekly 🚴‍♀️ When it rains, it pours! From new contracts to race news, to a busy UCI post-meeting press release yesterday, it’s been a pretty busy week. In addition, we finally have news from the Giro Rosa, and it looks promising. I …

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Weekly Recap: North County Community News

Jeffrey Brosbe MEMORY OF JEFF BROSBE: The community is invited to an artists reception at the Off Track Gallery of the San Dieguito Art Guild from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on June 19, celebrating the handmade works of art by members of the San Dieguito Art Guild . A …

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Column: Pedal power is so important for a green future

Column: Green activist Laurel Spooner says cycling is clean, healthy, sociable, environmentally friendly and saves money. She thinks more people should turn to it to go from A to B THIS column begins with a thank you to the Colchester Cycling Campaign. His manifesto for cycling and walking, presented in …

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It all started with a bet: Thomas Dekker back in the saddle for Unbound Gravel

He hasn’t competed in more than five years, but on Saturday Thomas Dekker will compete in the 200 mile Unbound Gravel event in Kansas. Such a challenge is intimidating enough even for the current crop of WorldTour riders on display this weekend, but Dekker’s arrival in the United States is …

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Quick question: How do I silence my squeaky mountain bike?

With this series of quick questions, we’ll feature quick fixes and collect feedback from seasoned riders on specific DIY mountain bike repairs. While much of this trackside yardage is covered in our repair articles and videos, it is a space for longtime riders and readers of the Singletracks community to …

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Cyclocross Bikes Market Overview and Outlook 2021 – Hero Cycles, TI Cycles, Atlas, Avon Cycles, Giant Bicycles, GT Bikes – The Manomet Current

Global Cyclocross Bikes Market 2021 provides detailed research and analysis of Impact of COVID-19 has provided detailed information on growth drivers, restraints, challenges, trends, and opportunities to offer a comprehensive analysis of the global Cyclocross Bike market. Market players can use the analysis of market dynamics to plan effective growth …

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Folding Bicycle Market Grows at a CAGR of 8.5% and Sees Robust Expansion by 2021-2027

“” “The information made available in the Folding Bikes report will certainly facilitate the increase in the knowledge and decision-making skills of the company, thus providing a huge opportunity for growth. This will finally increase the rate of return and boost the competitive advantage within it. Being a personalized market …

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World Tour cyclocrossers and racers converge in Kansas

Formally named the Dirty Kanza, it is now known as Garmin Unbound Gravel and is promoted as the world’s premier gravel event. The bumpy name change process is now a thing of the past, and bumps and climbs are now reserved for participants waiting to line up at Emporia. This …

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VanMoof S3 test: The first electric bike with integrated Find My

Source: Joe Wituschek / iMore Just before Apple announced AirTag, they also announced that Find My can now be integrated directly into third-party products. One of the first to announce Find My support was VanMoof with the latest version of their S3 electric bike. Now I have to be frank …

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