Haven't posted about cycling in a while but Cannondale is totally on the same wavelength as me. Though I'm not feeling the single-sided fork, I love that they mention the Stealth Fighters and Lamborghini Reventón as inspirations for this particular bike. Now give it a coat of flat black paint and I'll happily take one off their hands. Absolutely love that integrated stem, but I'm unsure how it works, I guess it has limited turning range?

In related news, “A blueprint for what could become the largest official bicycle route network in the world . . . was approved last month by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO).” 50,000 miles of cycling routes! Will this make cross-country rides quicker and more importantly, safer!?

Update: Woah, belt drive! Check out this production Trek Urban District. Guess I'll never have to worry about rusting but for some reason I can't imagine the belt doing high cadences. Will need to check it out in person!