Friday Roundup – Bicycle Bits & Pieces


  • Cycology’s newest t-shirt design, above, called “Live Breathe Bike” is now available for $35.56 (US) plus free shipping from Australia.
  • Love your Swiftwick cycling socks so much you want to wear them to work? Now you can with their Pursuit Sevens in suit-matching merino wool colors.
  • Tara and her husband Tyler documented their 2-year bike trip around the world on their blog Going Slowly. Now Tara has published a cookbook based on their camp cooking from the trip called Bike Camp Cook, available for $24.95 shipped to the US. Click the link to see sample pages and to order your copy.
  • BicycleRetailer reports that Easton-Bell’s online shopping system has been hacked. If you made a purchase from Easton-Bell’s website in the month of December, your data may have been breached. Click here for more information.
  • The Ovarian Cycle Atlanta Ride to Change the Future will be March 22nd, and is a 6-hour indoor cycling event dedicated to raising funds to support  ovarian cancer research.
  • Spinlister, a peer-to-peer bike sharing program, is looking for college student “brand managers”. Apply for the job here.


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