London Calling

Mark Ames is hitting his 3 year anniversary of writing and editing the “i bike london” blog, which covers the wide cultural terrain of urban cycling – especially in London.  Today, as summer gives ground to fall, he included “bicycleon his list of favorite books and music to bring on an Autumn bike tour, calling it “the perfect accompaniment to an afternoon indoors planning your next bicycle tour…”  Thanks Mark – hopefully we’ll get to join you on one of those cycle picnics!

If We Can Make it Here, We Can…

Thanks to Mike at BikeBlogNYC – for reviewing Bicycle today.  The site is one of the leading bike blogs around – telling the ongoing story of bike culture in NY and the world.  We’re proud he’s added Bicycle to the cultural  mix, calling it the “soundtrack” for the growing “worldwide cycle chicdom” – and the “perfect accoutrement to a leisurely bike ride in your hood or around the globe.”

Thanks for listening and for the shout-out Mike!


The WashCycle, a great blog about cycle advocacy in DC (and so much more), just posted a review that mentions us in the same paragraph as musical greats, Lucinda Williams, Eliza Gilkyson, Poi Dog Pondering and Concrete Blonde!?!?!

“If you’re looking to support a local band who names albums after your favorite mode of transportation – with several songs on that theme, it’s hard to think of a better one than Nora and One Left.”

Crazy!  Crazy Nice! Read the whole thing here.  Thanks for listening WashCycle!

Thanks to bike blog, Endless Velo Love, for a great, first review of Bicycle.  Check it out by clicking here.

Money quote:

I found myself enjoying it more and more. If you’re in the market for some new music, I think it’s worth checking it out for yourself

Thanks for listening!