Posts about 'Video'
Posted on 20. Oct, 2009 by Melanie Colavito.
I posted a video a few weeks ago about Sue Abbott, an Australian woman who was fighting a fine for not wearing a helmet while riding a bicycle. Here is the follow-up video of Sue’s court case by documentarist Mike Rubbo.
Posted on 16. Oct, 2009 by Melanie Colavito.
It’s not often that Utility Cycling meets bike racing (aka sport cycling), but these two examples are all about fun, friendly, good-natured competition.
And remember folks, even if you are a bike racer, try not to take yourself too seriously. These fellows are a good example. Perhaps the first Madsen to ever enter a cyclocross race.
Have a great weekend!
Posted on 13. Oct, 2009 by Melanie Colavito.
Check out the latest commuting/cargo trailer from Burley. The Burley Travoy Bike Commuting Trailer was unveiled at the Interbike trade show in Las Vegas last month. The trailer will be available sometime in early 2010. Check back for a review here sometime soon, as I hope to get my hands on one to test it out. It looks to be a really nice, compact, and easy-to-use trailer.
Posted on 12. Oct, 2009 by Melanie Colavito.
Check out this great montage of a cycling adventure through South America. It looks like an epic adventure, and it’s for a good cause. If you are inspired, head on over to Ride for the Trees and donate in support of forest conservation in Paraguay.
Found this video over at DC.
Posted on 01. Oct, 2009 by Melanie Colavito.
Hey there UtilityCycling.org readers, I apologize for the post-Interbike interlude. No, Vegas wasn’t that much fun, and I do assure you that some exciting utility cycling oriented Interbike posts will be up in the not-so-distant future. But the main reason for my absence is a pesky little MA thesis that I am submitting next week, which has had the effect of taking over my life temporarily.
I will get a good post up soon, but in the meantime, please enjoy this fun little PSA video about bicycle safety. It’s a nice change from the more graphic ones that have been making their way around the Interwebs as of late.
Thanks to Cyclelicio.us, where I first saw the video.