bikefukr:


actual gravel grinding

bikefukr:

actual gravel grinding

someoneisalwaysfaster:

heading home…

someoneisalwaysfaster:

heading home…

stephaniebphotos-international:

Sunday, July 20th, 2014 | Le Tour de France

Holy smokes!!! who knew I would get this opportunity! The tour de France came through the Provence area! In a small village called Coustellet.  We drove 15 minutes to wait 3 hours to watch, witness, anticipate, experience, and enjoy a whole 1 minute of this magnificent event!

This is a bucket list hitter that I never even thought would end up on my list!

I am most proud of the first shot!

I hope it goes viral! lol. Its amazing!!!

The first shot is an image of the 2 leading cyclist in the race to Paris!

Thank you SCAD for this awesome opportunity!

Right place at the right time in deed!!

Please share!! :)

There’s a covered walkway over the entrance to my office, and it kind of looks like a finishing gates. Which means arriving at work (especially on a Monday) feels like this.

“The source of much driver contempt toward cyclists is a basic cognitive bias called the fundamental attribution error.”
Eric Jaffee looking at why we’re seeing growing levels of frustration directed to cyclists in CityLab (via cadenced)
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…and I’ll have my vitamins right now thanks

…and I’ll have my vitamins right now thanks

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Let’s all ride bikes and drink beer.

Let’s all ride bikes and drink beer.

mooiefietsennicebikes:

Gold

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I see this and I think two things.

Firstly, while I applaud the engineering, it must be said that sensors, radar, laser or cameras are not new technologies, so why has it taken so long for them to be introduced as safety features in cars?

But mostly, I just see risk compensation.