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Red Schwinn Update

The parts are starting to flow in. I just received the newest part for the build. The color scheme is definitely becoming more apparent.. Check out the Red Schwinn page for an update. Also like me on Facebook: facebook.com/bikeandbrain Advertisements

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Bikes and Resiliency: Bike and Brain’s First Guest Post

Two different people, in two different states, with two different connections to Bike and Brain have written what is below. In fact, the two guest writers, Keith Rich and Natalie Pacelli do not even know each other. Below, Keith describes … Continue reading

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Coming Together

As written about in “Cranksgiving”, the holiday season is about coming together with family and friends. However, instead of reflecting on the ups and downs of life, I would like to focus on the community that is cycling. Whether you … Continue reading

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Do you have a handle(bar)?

  Can you imagine riding your bike without the handlebars? Picture what it would be like to use the stem as the main control panel for your bike. It may be possible, but extremely difficult and unnecessary. A variety of … Continue reading

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Bicycling…… Evidence Based Practice?

Here is an awesome paper written by Inas Rashad, 2007. It continues to build on the evidence that bicycling has the potential to improve mental well-being. The article touches on some very good points. The straight and narrow is…….. that … Continue reading

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