Special feature on BBR in the Boston Phoenix‘s special BICYCLE BIBLE section this week – fabulous.

Downloadable issue 2 on hold -

here’s a FREE DOWNLOAD YEA! VERSION OF ISSUE 3! …with bits of color and paginated for printing.

bbr-issue-3-spring.pdf

Printed issue is about town- so get out there and look for it.!!!

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Dear All,

It has been brought to our attention this morning that BBR’s Winterize Your Ride article was largely exactly the same as Jeff Guerrero’s Winter Survival Guide published in Urban Velo Magazine, Issue #4.

We at BBR were unaware of this until this morning, and the article was written by a volunteer.

Urban Velo, the publication and the website www.urbanvelo.org, is a wonderful publication, and I hold very high regard for its contributors, editor Brad Quartuccio, and publisher Jeff Guerrero, who is also the author of Winter Survival Guide.

I offer a deep apology for this oversight as editor. I hope that BBR and Urban Velo can move on from this rather shocking issue as colleagues. I admire and respect UrbanVelo, and thank its dedicated creators for their work.

Thank you for understanding,

Jasmine Laietmark, editor of Boston Bicycle Reflector

EVENT POSTPOSTPONED ONE WEEK. -JL 5/9

Be sure to check out this great bike event coming up in a few weeks. The Redbones Bike Party

is a good place to feel like you are part of the cycling community in Boston/Cambridge/Sommerville. Did I mention there is going to be an awesome raffle and as always great food and drink from Redbones? Party proceeds go to NEMBA and MassBike , our off-road and on-road cycling advocacy organizations here in Massachusetts.

Hopefully we’ll see you there!

hey all!

bring a friend, bring a bike! Today, Thursday April 17th, 2008 (last minute, i know…) i’m doing a photo shoot for the third issue of ‘boston bicycle reflector’.

if you haven’t seen it, check out our blog here: http://reflector.bostonbiker.org/

the plan is:
1. meet at harrison ave. and traveler street in the south end around 6:30. MAP

2. ride over the 4th street bridge as a group into southie while i photograph it.

3. go grab a drink or food at foley’s (optional, but recommended)

messenger types, spandexos, high heels riders, and a healthy variety of race, gender, ages are wanted! all types, all kind of bikes.

hope to see you there!

mary

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Check out our first issue online!

It is split into four .pdf files of four pages each.

Cover and 1st three pages

Pages 4, 5, 6 & 7

Pages 7, 8, 9 & 10

Pages 11, 12, 13 & 14

Enjoy!

Here you will finally find the budding website for the small (in size only) publication about riding in this city.

THE BOSTON BICYCLE REFLECTOR

Free to all!


Supplementary articles, interaction, downloads (free), and lower res paginated version (for online viewing) coming soon. (Spring’s got us all quite busy)- -
This publication is volunteer-created. Please let us know if you would like to contribute content, donate money, or buy an ad.

email: jasmine at bostonreflector.com

Third issue out MAY 1, 2008.

and be sure to register and ride THE BikesNotBombs BIKE-A-THON