By Karen MacKay on June 26, 2012
Powered by fans, Bicycle Music Festival (BMF) rocked Golden Gate Park and the streets of San Francisco this past weekend.
By Becky Striepe on October 8, 2010
We talked not too long ago about how cycling etiquette can make the road safer for bikes and for drivers, and you guys had some great comments to add!
By Becky Striepe on July 8, 2010
Whether it’s a clock made of bicycle parts or a notebook from an old inner tube, we love us some good bike-related crafts around here! While barhopping in Portland, Oregon, I spotted this awesome shelving unit made out of old bicycle frames!
By Doug Gunzelmann on July 6, 2009
I, greenUPGRADER’s own Doug Gunzelmann, will be embarking on a cycling trip that will take me across Brazil through the heart of the Amazon Jungle. Originally the Transamazonica was built to open up the interior of the Amazon for settlment. The project was left infinished a few years after construction began in 1973. By returning [...]
By Derek Markham on April 9, 2009
If you’re trying to green up your lifestyle, riding a bike whenever you can is a no-brainer. But hauling groceries or work stuff or your lunch can be problematic, even awkward, without a good set of panniers. The Toocan Juicy is a great way to support recycling and a grassroots women’s cooperative business.