Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Importance of Fandom

The conventional wisdom in the Midwest, is that in order to be a serious cyclist, let alone a competitive racer, one must either have the mental fortitude to suffer through a very long winter of indoor training, or the resources to travel regularly to warmer climes. And while it is true that Computrainer culture rules [...]

Tati Dreams of Sushi

Assembling and maintaining bicycles isn’t important work. It’s also not particularly taxing work, or difficult work, or work that requires years of training or education. It’s work that does not require any interest in the sport or hobby of cycling. As our cities and environments transform, and as bicycles as transportation become an increasingly important [...]