Hindsight 35 – Watching out Behind You

by Julie

Real cycling, (not the ride around the lake I do on an occasional Saturday) takes a tremendous amount of time and commitment. I believe it entails pushing the limits, and forging ahead. Training often, watching what you eat, and always working towards the next level. Unfortunately, it also entails having to look out behind you, in order to keep yourself safe.

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The Fly6 cycling accessory has your back on the road

by Caitlyn

FLy 6

Riding a bicycle from place to place is wonderful for your health and the environment. Sure the weather can be a nuisance sometimes, and it does take a bit longer to get from point A to B, but that can be easily dealt with. However, drivers attempting to edge you off the road, throw things at you, or trying to knock you off balance is not so simple to live …

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Hammerhead is a bicycle navigation system that will guide your peripheral

by Caitlyn

Hammerhead Navigation System

While a lot of navigation systems are helpful in that they guide us from point A to point B, they can also be annoying. They give us the same information over and over again, or right as we’re passing the exit we need. Gone are the days when we relied on a paper map. However, that doesn’t mean we should abandon our ability to pay attention to the road. Bicyclists …

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BlinkerGrips – how much is too much?

by Caitlyn

BlinkerGrips

When it comes to safe biking, how much is enough to keep yourself from harm? Are you going to wear all the right gear and have the correct equipment on your bike? While sometimes reflectors will work wonders, lights are often a better option. Obviously, if you’re riding at night, they are a necessity. However, hand signals are also necessary, as there aren’t turn signals on the front and back …

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Bitlock – Keyless Entry for your Bike!

by Julie

Unknown

Bikes are such a convenient means of travel, most especially in the city. You see them locked, and chained to every pole, post and tree in almost every city in the world, and I guess that in this day and age, locks are a necessity. I’d like to see something a little more convenient, I mean, my car practically unlocks itself, why not my bike?

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Foldylock keeps an eye on your bike when you’re away

by Caitlyn

FoldyLock

Many people who used to take a car or bus into work are starting to find that a bicycle ride is far more enjoyable. It saves you some gas money, deters you from having to deal with the un-pleasantries of riding a bus, and gives you a little work out. It’s always a bit rough at the start, but becomes second nature once you’re more accustomed to it. One issue …

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Rideye is a black box for bicyclists

by Caitlyn

Rideye

There are ways to get from point A to B other than driving a car. There’s the bus, walking, or bicycling at your disposal. They all are a bit more cumbersome in some way, like being too crowded on the bus, or bad weather for a walk. The most dangerous method of the aforementioned list though, is riding your bike. While this will help you get a workout and save …

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RearViz – Look out, behind you!

by Caitlyn

RearViz

Going at any pace above a walking speed means falling will be more painful. The same goes for just about any mode of transportation. The faster you go, the more dangerous an accident is. There are plenty of vehicular accidents, but misfortune on a bicycle has a very good chance of being fatal. There’s not a cocoon of metal around you with airbags to go off if you hit something, …

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