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Beautiful Bikes from the BBC
Our favourite pedal-powered machines, from a bike that folds to the size of one of its wheels to a recumbent cargo hauler with a very big appetite.
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What about the ELF from Durham, NC? http://organictransit.com/
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100% Brumotti is back with another Freestyle video.
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+Mark McKnight yikes!
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Gruber Gets the Shot Again
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Vogue Watches the Tour

The Tour de France is made for televised moments like this, along with the frequent Planet Earth-style helicopter shots of enviable French vacation locales.
If the Kardashians have proven anything, it’s that we can deal with a little enhancement.
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What a GREAT TOUR!! I have watched since 1975. This year was really good! Weather, crashes, sprints, great racing!!
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Machine Gun Sagan

Best possible close to this Tour...Sagan machine gunning the crowd while Froome disapproves.
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From Issue 27

Our enthusiasm for +letour ended after Stage 10. Nathan Wright explains why in this +Medium  post.
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Better Bikes in Shops
VideoBelieve it or not, you can walk into your Local Bike Shop and buy a bicycle that’s lighter and, in many ways more advanced, than the bikes being ridden by Chris Froome, Alberto Contador, and the other contenders in the Tour de France. And in a way, you have an [...]
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+Paul Johnson  The article talks about how having a minimum weight rule is pushing competitive cycling teams to come up with other new tech for bikes. The point of the article is that by NOT focusing on lighter, bikes are getting newer and better stuff.
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Survey Says!

When it comes to obeying traffic laws, “we’re all criminals,” says Wesley Marshall, an associate professor of civil engineering at the University of Colorado.
Whether it’s driving five miles over the speed limit or breezing past a stop sign on your bike, chances are, we have all broken a few — or more — rules of the road. When it comes to obeying traffic laws, “we’re all criminals,” says the author of this survey.
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Bike Lane Superhero
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Hit and Run Caught on Camera
An 18-year old driver accused of hitting a cyclist and fleeing the scene has turned himself in to police, officers said Monday.
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+brian fung good with protected lanes, afraid of distracted drivers. 
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Detroit Bike City
In advance of the new exhibit 'Tribute to Detroit Bicycle Culture,' here's a look at how.
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Indy Once Famous for Bike Racing
The Newby Oval lured racers to the quarter-mile oval
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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.

A Big Tip Jar

Tugboat Yards is a platform for publishers to get support directly from readers for ad-free content and we use it like a big tip jar. It helps us pay our mechanics, editors, and photographers, or underwrite a whole issue if you're a big tipper. 

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