Friday Roundup – Bicycle Bits & Pieces

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  • Bunyan Velo is a “a free, digital quarterly collection of photographs, essays, and stories celebrating the simple pleasures of traveling by bicycle.” Their second edition is out now.
  • The League of American Bicyclists and the Sierra Club have released a report detailing minorities’ growing role in the shifting demand for safer cycling infrastructure in the U.S.
  • The Pedal Pushers Club is having a 36 hour sale of 25% off all Cycling Tees. Sale started yesterday, so the 36 hours is up tonight – order today!
  • Josh Horowitz of Broken Bones Garage has announced his series of cycling webcasts for you to enjoy.
  • Nutcase has donated 475 helmets to the Portland Art Museum’s Cyclepedia exhibition highlighting bicycle design June 8th – September 8th.
  • Timbuk2 has announced the opening of their new store in Seattle.
  • JanetTV is a new online video channel highlighting women athletes. (Here’s their Cycling page, it’s listed under “other”!) They are sponsoring an “I AM JANET TV” photo contest with prizes of t-shirts or apparel to photos with the most “likes” or “shares.” Submit a photo that shows women athletes in action on Twitter and Instagram with #IamJanetTV, on Pinterest with @janettv, or post a photo on their FB page.
  • Bilenky Cycle Works has announced the 2013 dates for the annual Philly Bike Expo as Nov. 9-10th.
  • Loaded Precision Components is giving away a free t-shirt with any purchase, and will be hosting a social ride from their Escondido Clubhouse on Wed. June 5th at 5:30. The ride is presented by the Quick ‘n Dirty MTB Race Series.
  • Freeda Roam has announced their 2013 Summer line of cute, functional, and reasonably priced women’s jerseys. Photo below for a highlight of their designs.

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Janet TV - 06/26/13 - 12:11am

Thank you for highlighting Janet TV and our #IamJanetTV campaign. We look forward to submission from cyclists. Look for more cycling news and articles on JanetTV.com soon.

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