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Bike News Roundup: The Bike Parking Squid has surfaced

It’s the Tuesday Bike News Roundup! This week’s edition is heavily weighted in the Pacific Northwest. Probably because there’s just so much awesome (and some not so awesome) bike stuff happening!

But first, here’s a video of the best bike lock ever:


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Pacific Northwest News:

Speaking of the Path Less Pedaled, here’s an awesome quick pitch for why the US Bicycle Route System deserves your support:

National & Global News:

This is an open thread. Who should sponsor King County’s bike share?


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7 responses to “Bike News Roundup: The Bike Parking Squid has surfaced”

  1. Joseph

    I’m more impressed that doggy jumps up on the back of the bike.

  2. Matthew Mello

    Yeah, we have bike share. It’s only three station though right now but at least it’s something. They’ll probably expand it to 20 before the end of the year. I can’t believe San Antonio beat Houston to bike share.

  3. Gary

    I’ve got a Delta Cycle Airzound Horn, it’s not as load as that locomotive horn, but it gets the job done and it’s much lighter and less $$. It does require some extra zip ties to make sure it stays on your bike though.

  4. mike archambault

    Speaking of cool bike racks, check out this new one in Pittsburgh that a very talented friend created: http://willschlough.blogspot.com/2012/05/freewheel.html

    1. Tom Fucoloro

      Wow!

    2. Gary

      That is way cool!

  5. It says a lot that “NE Section of the Cheshiahud Loop Trail” apparently does not refer to Eastlake. Or the U-District.

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