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Denver Murders City Tires

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I Hate Thorns! Tires in Denver are a sore spot for some. Not us, though. We know what tires will work well and what tires Denver will KILL OFF IMMEDIATELY. If you ride in the city, you have only a few choices that will allow you to stay upright, not have to walk your bike home from flat tires and …

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Buff Creek Colorado

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Buffalo Creek has some of the most fun sections of trail we have ridden. It is not the most technical trail on the Front Range, but it is certainly one of the fastest. We have ridden this trail many times and all have our favorite sections of trail.

Public Transit

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Public Transit It is coming upon the time of year when we prove how (wo)manly we are. Snow and rain and cold and dampness. With this, Google has announced a new search feature that should let a few of us avoid the car for a few more months, if not for the whole winter. It is called Google Transit: http://www.google.com/transit. …

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An utterly blatant plug for a product

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An utterly blatant plug for a product The first time the owner used it, his wife accused him of skipping work. But, she was happy with him. It is Phil Wood Hand Cleaner. This is the best hand cleaner for getting off grease and oil from your hands and arms. You only need a dime sized glob of the cleaner …

The law of love (Stolen Bikes)

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The law of love By Scott T. I have had a bike stolen. Not today. Don’t feel too bad for me. I’m over it. But, not really. I recently had a chance to relive my Yellow Schwinn being stolen from the front of the store. It was stolen because someone didn’t bring it in after we closed. Still, stolen is …

Can I convert my bike to a fixie?

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We get asked all the time about whether a bike can be converted to single speed. Most of the time it is yes. The basic reason a bike works for single speed or for fixed gear is if the drop out (where the rear wheel attaches) has room for the wheel to slide back and forth. If there is room …