Bicycles

Man Zou: Beijing to Shanghain wins at Emmy Awards

juin 28th, 2011

PRESS RELEASE “Man Zou: Beijing to Shanghai” wins at 48th Annual Emmy® Awards Jason Reid takes home Director – Post Production award for new China documentary SEATTLE, Wash. – Seattle filmmaker Jason Reid won the Emmy® Award for Director-Post Production last Saturday night at the 48th Annual Emmy® Awards ceremony presented by the Northwest Chapter National Academy of […]

Another Bike to Work Week is only days away, Will you ride?

mai 24th, 2011

It’s May, and though the weather might being doing its best to pull the wool over our eyes, summer is just around the corner. And that means that soon we may actually get a glimpse of the elusive daystar. This also means that perfect commuting weather is also here, well, almost… positive thoughts. Regardless of […]

Photo Shoots: The Early Season Madness begins

avril 21st, 2011

The bicycle season is upon us already, it seems like just yesterday that I was on a local ski hill, with spring a distant pondering in my mind. Yet, it is officially spring, May is only a hair over a week away and around here it is photo shoot season once again. To be honest this is […]

Communication is key: how being obvious is being safe on a bicycle

février 15th, 2011

If you work in an office, I do, then you have probably experienced the strange and troubling phenomenon of communications break down. It can be a disruptive and most distracting occurrence. The result is usually confusion, a string of long emails and somebody making an error in judgment. All of these things could generally have […]

New “Manzou: Beijing to Shanghai” screenings announced

janvier 31st, 2011

Just a short while ago, a group of intrepid riders set off on the adventure of a lifetime on their bicycles. They rode from Beijing to Shanghai filming their journey and the trials that a 1,000 mile bicycle adventure threw their way. To pack along all of their camera gear, equipment and supplies they used […]

Cycling has a lot going for; its getting easier to become a cyclist every day.

janvier 13th, 2011

Cycling has a lot going for it: its great exercise, a quick way to get around a city, less expensive than a car, pollutes less than other forms of transportation and an awesome way to experience the full gamut of sense provoking sights, sounds and smells that the world holds around us. So here’s a […]

Bike To Work Week: Will you saddle up?

octobre 27th, 2010

Here in Vancouver, as the sun begins to run and hide behind the mountains a little earlier in the evening and rise a little later in the morning and the rain at times beats down with an almost unrelenting resolve, the temperatures slowly dip towards freezing and the minds of many drift to day dreams […]

See the world around you: why you should ride with a mirror.

mai 20th, 2010

Fastflash DLX Mirror Every time I read through the news, which is daily, it seems there is a new and disturbing article about an accident involving a cyclist and a vehicle, the cyclist always loses. What I find troubling is how many people are oblivious to the extra safety precautions they can easily take to […]

Spring Tune UP: Is your bike ready to ride?

mai 13th, 2010

This morning was one of those mornings. To start things off I couldn’t find my arm or knee warmers or gloves for that matter, then the presta valve on my rear tire literally blew off as I was filling it with air, leaving me to change a tube in the cramped storage room of my […]

Update: 2 Months After Cycling the Dempster Highway

octobre 28th, 2009

Looking back and looking ahead. Well it has been over a couple of months since I returned from my Yukon trip. I have been following the adventures of others on their Dempster rides since my return. I last saw Mary England at 4300 feet above sea level and the North Fork Pass. We shared a […]