By Craig W. Turner
Ted Cincotti tries to manage customers' expectations as soon as they walk through the door at Kickstand Culture, a bicycle shop in East Aurora.
Paul Konopczynski and his family fell for biking four years ago while taking a 28-mile ride from their home on Grand Island to Canalside and back. Buffalo Slow Rolls followed, as did trips across the region and into Canada. Soon, some of his hockey buddies – weathered from playing the sport in their 20s, 30s and 40s – turned
“It’s just me in here making them one by one right now, but in a way that hopefully in the future, we can have people come in here and help us to do that,” Chris Kudla
Have you had a bicycle stolen in Buffalo recently? It seems that your chances of a reunion have gone up. Buffalo Police recovered 88 bikes Monday night while executing a search warrant for narcotics at a house in the 500 block of Plymouth Avenue. Shield, the Buffalo Police K-9 formerly partnered with the late Craig E. Lehner, helped discover
The Erie, Pa., Sports Commission announced it will add two new rides – Good Morning Star Shine Ride and Oscar the Grouch’s Gravel Grinder – to its second annual Lake Erie Cyclefest, which will run in conjunction with the Erie Blues & Jazz Festival on Aug. 2-5. Rhythm and Ride Weekend will feature six total cycling events. Proceeds from
The $1.14 million rest stop and plaza was designed to resemble a turn-of-the-century carriage house with sidewalks that resemble a bicycle wheel with spokes from