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Monthly Archives: March 2013

Things to do-bicycling related-on a close to spring day

March 18th, 2013

I changed our display window this morning as St. Patrick’s Day was yesterday and spring and Easter are next on the calendar. Currently 33 degrees and misting the road conditions may not bring you outside to ride, but as the calendar says spring will arrive Wednesday. To get in the mood for riding season the […]

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March 15th, 2013

Early spring is a trying time of year for not only the cyclist but the bicycle. The temperatures and moisture levels fluctuate widely this time of year. Sometimes you reach a point that you decide one day that you are going to ride because you are tired of winter. And then, you get home and […]

March R-D Bike Shop News

March 12th, 2013

Enjoy the March RD Bike Shop News and note the opportunity to win free SKS Fenders March RD News   You can also sign up to receive the newsletter directly in your email box by filling in the email address on our home page and clicking on the Join! button.

What bicycling means

March 7th, 2013

I watched a video the other day. Rep. Tammy Duckworth D-Il. spoke on Monday at the National Women’s Bicycling Forum. Many things come to my mind when someone asks what does bicycling mean to you: saving gas, saving shoe leather by riding rather than walking, the feeling of freedom you feel as you pass everything […]

My First Bike

March 6th, 2013

This story sent by Louis It was sometime in 1947 when I was gifted a shiny new Colson bicycle. It was maroon in color with white pin stripes on the fenders and frame. The kickstand, as was common in those days, was the type that fastened to both rear axle nuts and flipped up to […]

Helmets

March 1st, 2013

This story sent by Jeremy Always wear helmets. I used to cycle to work and back home on main streets. But a year ago today I was hit by a car that lost control. That helmet saved my life. Even with it I got a major brain injury. So always wear a helmet when you […]

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