BikeHugger has a rundown of iPad apps for cyclists. This is key because although the Pad will run nearly all of the iPhone’s 150,000 apps, running iPhone apps on the iPad is like camcording at TV resolution: It represents, but oh the pain.
Meanwhile, EcoVelo mulls the iPad’s use as a mobile blogging device.
Cyclists win one for a change!
And lose some as per usual.
And here’s a new wrinkle on Rider Down. Say you’re just riding along and a car comes at you but somehow fails to hit you. You might think, hey, it’s my lucky day! But wait … there’s always the passenger-leaning-out-the-window-to-push-you-over maneuver to worry about.
Gratifying news on the mountain biking in national parks front. IMBA re-ups amid good vibes.
The Bike Library is back up and rolling!
On designing “bicycle cities” …
BikingBis: Bicycle Sundays return May 2 to Seattle’s Lake Washington Boulevard.
SF Streetsblog continues to document the SFPD’s brutal and insensitive treatment of cyclists.
SeattleLikesBikes: C’mon out to the Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board meeting on Wednesday.
Of all the varied and clever April Fool’s Day cycling spoofs, Cascade Bicycle Club’s “Drive to Work Day” was our favorite.
The state of mountain biking in north central Washington. More on this later, but a good overview for starters.
IMBA’s cheap accident insurance to members seems like a good deal, but YMMV depending on what your plan comprises already. Check it out via Adventure Advocates.
Among all the many helpful responses in this Yahoo! forum regarding what to do about a cat peeing on your mountain biking shoes, not one of the many helpful respondents suggested the obvious: Trade in the cat for a dog.