You Can Call Me Joe -- A Joe V Blog
Joe V

Hi, I’m Joe V. The V is for Vadeboncoeur, but no one ever really calls me that (except my business card). That card also calls me the Global Director of Product Development, Marketing and Creative Design for Trek Bicycle. Yep, I am sometimes not really sure what all that means either. I do know that I dig bikes, oatmeal, motorcycles, burritos, the weird things I see along the way, my family and my job. I get to travel the world helping make great bikes, so it’s a pretty great gig.



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April 22, 2009

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Justin

just wanted to share this article w/ you guys... a good example of bike-hatred that seems to boil over in the Spring as we all starting hitting the road

http://www.statenews.com/index.php/article/2009/04/bicyclists_need_to_stay_on_sidewalk

Drew

What about Paul Simon's Kodacrome?

Hootie, The Bike Lane Blog Guy

"Summertime" by Sublime. I cannot believe i forgot that one.

Scoop

Creedence did a cover of "Jeremiah was a Bullfrog?" Wow, I wonder how Three Dog Night felt about that?

How about "It Must Be Summer" by Fountains of Wayne?

Hootie, The Bike Lane Blog Guy

Ah, Scoop. Right you are. My itunes must be mistaken. thanks for calling me out!
Change has been made.

JM

"Sittin' on the dock of the bay" by Otis Redding also deserves summer props.

Tricia

Lovely looking bike! - off to find out more.

Cheap Jordans

The new line is absolutely stunning! I have been so entertained by your blog, It's very beneficial for me and it's filled with information. keep smiling and take care!

Brett

"Summertime Thing" by Chuck Prophet...best summer song ever!!!

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