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Not Asking for It
The other day I was biking to work when this happened: I wouldn't think anything of it if it happened once. But I've noticed my attire seems to prompt certain responses in other road users. How do ...
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Awkwardly-Posed Models

Two in a series of awkwardly-posed models trying to sell the shit out of bike and failing to do so.
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Stradalli bikes pretty much used this ploy exclusively to draw attention to their line, seems like they've toned it down a bit, but the legacy lives in Google Images. 
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Andes Pacifico Enduro Race

Our friends at +smithoptics made this edit from Andes Pacifico Enduro race.
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To the Right

On this road, staying to the right was the smoothest.
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That's en route to Kamas from Park City along Brown's Canyon: https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=z07PQs3GwDRo.kGfaZV-8NYW8
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Pedal to Your Future

From the 1964 World's Fair.
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The future flat and 2D, I never knew?
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Selling Cars with BMX

Tim Knoll's bmx tricks land him a Ford gig and we guess renaming what he does to parkour resonates more with millennials.
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amazing
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Bicycling With Molière

Hating humanity, on two wheels
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Bruyneel Banned

If he's just admitted it, Mr. Might as Well Win, we'd probably all forgive him, right? His silence results in a 10 year ban. Should've got a lifetime one.
• Former doctor and trainer are handed eight-year-bans • Trio all worked for Armstrong's US Postal Service team • Bruyneel 'at apex of conspiracy to commit widespread doping'
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I dunno, liars are liars.  The party line for all riders with positive tests:  "I didn't do it, there must be another explanation, tainted meat, disappearing twins, sample tampering", if memory serves me correct, LA never did "officially" test positive (I could be wrong). It's all a fraud, big or little, a fraud is a fraud.  Lance was an aggressive a-hole bully, that doesn't make him any more of a fraud than the next rider, just a bigger target.
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Raise the Flag

The angry action starts a two minutes in and you know where this is going. Short of a fight with a motorist, not sure how this flag campaign will end. He should wear protective gear if he's gonna take on cars, take the lane too.
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I'd scream at you for how much drag that thing is causing ;-) 
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Bike Hugger® is bike culture blogged. As a group blog, with different voices, we cover diverse topics, but the bike centers us. You won’t find a marketing box to put us in or a label to slap onto what we do. Much of it is in the moment and we try to do interesting, epic stuff.

We also believe the bike is a connector with web designers, developers, and creative professionals. That’s why you’ll find us at events like SXSW with our Mobile Socials 

For the past 8 years we’ve built an audience on our blog and in social channels, like TwitterG+InstagramFlickrFacebook, and Tumblr(s). We publish photos on Flickr, videos on YouTube, and podcasts on iTunes

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Each month in our magazine we cover diverse topics in longform with the bike centering us. We believe it's a connector and the context for what we write about. We chase interesting, epic stuff and share our opinions about what we've ridden and where. Subscription revenues directly support the writing, editing, and production of our Magazine. It’s ad free and published monthly on iTunes and the Web.

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