From the Leicester Three Speed Bicycle Rider blog There ain't too many Three Speed Blogs out there. What constituted the "heyday" of planetary geared blogs has long passed. Many of these blogs are pretty much dead, or post so infrequently that they might as well be a ghost. So it's always exciting to come across… Continue reading A new blog: Leicester Three Speed Bicycle Rider
Yesterday (Thursday 6 January) I was alerted by Society member Rowan in Blackpool, UK that there was someone selling t-shirts and mugs online emblazoned with the older (2018-20) SoTS logo. This was on one of those sites (like Zazzle, but not Zazzle) where you simply upload a design and can have stuff printed on demand.… Continue reading BEWARE of bootleg Society of Three Speeds merchandise!
Our Society operative in Santa Fe successfully completed a century (100 miles/160 kilometres) ride, complete with "5041 feet of climbing. Hail. Vicious wind." Read about it here.
I always enjoy reading The Bike Shed, a CT (formerly VA) based blog about vintage bikes, especially three speeds. While they have a good focus on American-made three speeds like Schwinns from the 40s and 50s, they also dig British bikes. Last week they shared this blog post, which I really dig, especially since it… Continue reading A quick intro to buying your first English three speed type bike
Happy Little Three Speed out in New Mexico checks in after a long radio silence to let us know they plan to ride an Imperial Century on a three speed! https://thehappylittlethreespeedbicycle.blogspot.com/2021/10/santa-fe-century-coming-up.html
The Superbe in Rose City Park. 19 Aug 2021. Camera: Olympus Superzoom 160. Film: Kodak Ultramax 400. Hello all! I realize that this blog collects dust more often than not, so I figure one way I'd remedy that is by regularly sharing three speed blog posts and stories I've found on the web. I realize… Continue reading Three Speed Newswire: Mid September 2021