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Anthony Mangieri: Making pizza and riding bikes

New Jersey native Anthony Mangieri paved the way for authentic wood-fired Napoletana pizza in the U.S. more than 20 years ago, and became famous for his no-compromises style in New York City’s East Village before moving Una Pizza Napoletana to San Francisco five years ago. In this video from  Baby Blue Film , Mangieri and Soulcraft’s Sean Walling share common experiences …

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Celebrate handmade bicycles, handmade Neapolitan pizza, and live music

Una Pizza Napoletana and Soulcraft Bicycles invite you to spend an afternoon with a collection of passionate craftsmen as they showcase the fruits of their labor in the second annual "A Ruota Libera" — Italian for "free-wheel" — a celebration of handmade bicycles, handmade Neapolitan pizza and live music on August 12 in San Francisco. Doors to the event open at 1 p.m.

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Bicycle Times Issue #35 is here!

Bicycle Times Issue #35 has mailed to subscribers and will be available on newsstands soon. This is our Speed issue, featuring frame builders from Toronto and Portland, journeyman racer Steve Tilford, cyclocross racer Nicole Duke, plus staff picks and reviews to help you on your next adventure. Our cover model is Koochella Racing’s Margeaux “Snakebite” …

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Dad Bod: Uberparents

Words and illustration by Stephen Haynes What’s the goal of being a parent? To see your kids get the basic tools they need to go off and try to succeed in life? What about your goals as a cyclist? To crush your personal best on Strava while commuting to work? Ask a hundred people these …

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The Tour de Banks

Words and photos by Tom O’Brien  “I hate this hill,” Jake whined as he dismounted his bike and began pushing it toward the summit of the climb like Sisyphus with a boulder. “I can’t believe you thought I was serious about riding all the way to North Carolina. I MEANT IT AS A JOKE!” It …

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Feature: Fatpacking Bolivia

From Bicycle Times Issue #34 Word and photos: Cass Gilbert In the dusty village of Vichaya, on the doorstep to La Paz, a fiesta builds in momentum as drunken revelry charges the air. Hired in from the capital, a sharp-looking band plays tirelessly, trumpets and tubas glinting in the midday sun. Bowler-hatted women swirl their …

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Worksman Cycles

By Marie Autrey

Quick! Name America’s oldest bicycle manufacturer.

Here’s a hint: they stock frames for rider weights up to 600lbs. They have their own hubs, rims, and even tires, and maintain replacement parts for bikes forty years old. And if you work in the city, you might even eat lunch out of one of their creations. Of course you searched online, ya big cheater, but now you know the answer is Worksman Cycles, in business since 1898. (Their contemporaries Schwinn and Columbia predate Worksman by a few years, but no longer manufacture in the States.)

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A French Highway to Hell (Part 2)

Just to echo pretty much everything Ed said, this ride is a brute. After finishing up at the pizza restaurant we got chatting to a bunch of guys who’d driven over from Plymouth, and I ventured the opinion that the ride wasn’t quite as tough as the media make it out to be. They must …

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A French Highway to Hell (Part 1)

As I turned off the smooth tarmac onto the unpaved road an invisible (and I suspect bearded) man applied a red-hot poker to my forearms and I yelped in pain. The man continued to press down—my forearms were now white hot, and my palms blistered. What the hell was happening? And how on earth had …

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Touring Kits

Back in our first issue, we explained what the Bicycle Times staff carries on our bike trips to the office in “Commuting Kits.” For this issue, we’re considering the longer road and have asked a panel of experts what they bring for a cycling tour. In his article “Lounging in the Laurel Highlands” (issue #4), …

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