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New Boston Bike Racks Spotted

Written by Boston Biker on Dec 21

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Not the most functional rack ever, but classy as hell. I am pretty sure I reported on these being created a long time ago, but for the life of me can’t find it…either way I like em. What do you think?

Via reddit


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More Street Shots

Written by Boston Biker on Jul 20

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Super classy. And GIGANTIC!


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One More Day To See Spun

Written by Boston Biker on Mar 08

Cambridge is having an artistic bicycle rack competition, featuring 15 unique designs at the Cambridge Arts Council space at 344 Broadway (go up the steps in the main room). I got a chance to check it out, and its pretty nice, you have one more day to go look. These projects will be incorporated into the upcoming sidewalk improvements in Kendall Square.

More info here


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Superb Bicycle Presents: “Bella Biciclette”

Written by Boston Biker on Nov 09

Got this in the email, looks like fun.

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Saturday November 13th 8pm -10pm rsvp required

“Superb Bicycle is proud to present Bella Biciclette, an exhibition of beautiful vintage bicycles from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. Expect to see bicycles from Colnago, De Rosa, Rossin, Takhion, Eddy Merckx and even a Cinelli Laser. All bicycles and frames at the show will be available for purchase. Please RSVP by emailing [email protected] with your name in the subject line. Beverage and light appetizers will be provided and formal dress is suggested. RSVP will be required for entry and remember we have limited space inside our shop so there might be a line to get in, *hint* arrive early!

If you are a collector, or very interested in purchasing one of these unique bicycles please let us know in your RSVP as we will be having a special early showing for seriously interested buyers.

Last years “Hot Bike” contest was such a success that we will be throwing another one this year. We will have categories such as: Best Paint Job, Most Aero, Most Original, and Best Vintage Style. Bring your hottest bike as long as you didn’t place in last years competition. This years judging will be by attendees of the show so everyone can vote! The winners will get prizes from some of our favorite brands and entry into the contest is only $5.

Please be respectful of our neighbors and no outside drinks will be permitted in the shop.


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The Word On The Street

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      TweetIf there’s one thing humans like to do, it’s categorize people. Everything from race to religion, height, weight, age, gender, ethnicity, ability, talent and achievement — to name a few — are considered. Once everyone is classified into at least … Continue reading →
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    • How To Almost Kill Someone: Right Hook Edition December 17, 2014
      TweetIf you drive a car, you need to see this video.  I got this from Ian yesterday. From Ian I got right hooked in a bike lane this morning on Beacon St in Somerville, MA, and got the entire thing … Continue reading →
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    • Narrow-Gauge Rail Trail, Bedford: safer to walk across the street? December 17, 2014
      TweetThe photo below is a cylindrical panorama: Hillside Road, at the right, is at a right angle to Route 4-225 (the Great Road) at the left. The Narrow Gauge Rail Trail runs from front to rear in the photo, alongside … Continue reading →
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    • Narrow-gauge trail, Bedford: safer to walk across the street? December 17, 2014
      TweetThe photo below is a cylindrical panorama: Hillside Road, at the right, is at a right angle to Route 4-225 (the Great Road) at the left. The Narrow Gauge Rail Trail runs from front to rear in the photo, alongside … Continue reading →
      jsallen
    • Narrow-Gauge Rail Trail, Bedford: safer to walk across the street? December 17, 2014
      TweetThe photo below, from summaer 2011, is a cylindrical panorama: Hillside Road, at the right, is at a right angle to Route 4-225 (the Great Road) at the left. The Narrow Gauge Rail Trail runs from front to rear in … Continue reading →
      jsallen
    • Narrow-Gauge Rail Trail, Bedford: safer to walk across the street? December 17, 2014
      TweetThe photo below is a cylindrical panorama: Hillside Road, at the right, is at a right angle to Route 4-225 (the Great Road) at the left. The Narrow Gauge Rail Trail runs from front to rear in the photo, alongside … Continue reading →
      jsallen
    • Narrow-Gauge Rail Trail, Bedford: safer to walk across the street? December 17, 2014
      TweetThe photo below, from summaer 2011, is a cylindrical panorama: Hillside Road, at the right, is at a right angle to Route 4-225 (the Great Road) at the left. The Narrow Gauge Rail Trail runs from front to rear in … Continue reading →
      jsallen
    • Narrow-gauge trail, Bedford: safer to walk across the street? December 17, 2014
      TweetThe photo below is a cylindrical panorama: Hillside Road, at the right, is at a right angle to Route 4-225 (the Great Road) at the left. The Narrow Gauge Rail Trail runs from front to rear in the photo, alongside … Continue reading →
      jsallen
    • Narrow-Gauge Rail Trail, Bedford: safer to walk across the street? December 17, 2014
      TweetThe photo below, from summaer 2011, is a cylindrical panorama: Hillside Road, at the right, is at a right angle to Route 4-225 (the Great Road) at the left. The Narrow Gauge Rail Trail runs from front to rear in … Continue reading →
      jsallen
    • Narrow-gauge trail, Bedford: safer to walk across the street? December 17, 2014
      TweetThe photo below is a cylindrical panorama: Hillside Road, at the right, is at a right angle to Route 4-225 (the Great Road) at the left. The Narrow Gauge Rail Trail runs from front to rear in the photo, alongside … Continue reading →
      jsallen