Just updated our schedule for SXSW and the first thing we're doing when we get in town Thursday is building up a fleet of bikes with Jason Harris from Nokia.
In Austin there's a fledgling startup bike delivery service (provide anything, & hiring regulars) for Austin... And SXSW. They are ramping up their staffing to handle demand in the next couple weeks. They have a nice little app and following.
It's Kozmo by bike...
SRAM's President Stan Day delivers an update affirming SRAM's delivery date of new model year 2015 hydraulic road brakes to the market, explains the key mechanical failures of the previous system, and highlights features for the new product.
Gallery for a post on our blog about riding a Roubaix SL4 this winter:
The aftermath and cleanup of a ride like that weigh on me. I left the bike outside to think about what happened like I was doing. The difficulty will reward me later but in the moments when I’m pedaling, that doesn’t make it any easier.
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