Kevin Saunders' Articles
Kevin's articles reflect a decades long interest in cycling, structures, engineering, anatomy, biomechanics and kinesiology. As with any work in progress, technology changes with the times, yet it is interesting to see things written years ago compared to today.
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I recently wrote in the KGS Bikes Ezine about “How do you run the math?” regarding the real value in custom bicycles. Read more about How much does your bike really cost? Don’t forget the new parts.
You may know that I have been an industrial designer for decades prior to starting KGS Bikes. Read more about Cozy Beehive Blog does it again – Must Read!
Fall is upon us in San Antonio and the first cold front is creeping down from the North. Read more about Fenders aren’t for Freds!
We are being featured in a local magazine in the Fitness Issue and photographed the VR Trainer with Kevin’s show Parlee (also the daily rider) with a white background. Read more about Ultimate Stationary Bike – KGS / Parlee on a Tacx Fortius VR Trainer
Our friend Dex Tooke is going to do the Race Across America and will be sending more and more updates as the date approaches. Read more about RAAM update by Dex – Austin team meeting
I took a bunch of photos at the Champions Olympic Distance triathlons April 26, 2009. Read more about Champions Olympic Distance Triathlon photo set
We recently delivered a Custom Parlee Triathlon Bicycle to Julie in Houston. Read more about Parlee Custom Triathlon Bicycle – Julie: Flickr Gallery
The El Nino spring in South Texas, combined with a lot of work to do, minimized the time I had available to ride my bicycle. Read more about Review: GlobalRide training video, “Urban Assault in Italy”
I had a lovely woman come into the studio yesterday and we discussed gears on bicycles and how they worked. Apparently she didn’t know how to use them and nobody helped her learn. Read more about Regarding bicycles, men are from Mars, women are from Venus