The Nimble Cargo Scooter – Brings it Home!

by Julie

If you’ve ever spent a fair amount of time in a big city, you come to realize that you have almost everything you could ever need at your disposal 24 hours a day. Except for parking, and the convenience of having your car available at all times, like at the grocery store, or department store.. or even the lumber yard, yes, when you live in the city you still need …

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The Skylock will make cyclists with smartphones very happy

by Caitlyn

Skylock

Riding your bike to and fro saves money on gas and gives you a workout in the process. It’s a win-win situation, but once you reach your destination you’ll need to figure out how to secure it so that no one tries to take it for a spin without your knowledge. Using a bike lock can help, but not putting it on the right way, forgetting the keys, or a …

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BikeToWork is a line of reflective everyday wear for cyclists

by Caitlyn

Betabrand BiketoWork

Riding to work on your bike makes for a refreshing morning. You can be grumpy if you try, but it gets your blood pumping, and by the time you arrive at your destination, you’re ready to face whatever challenges may come your way. On the other hand, riding home in the evenings is always a bit terrifying. Cars can hardly see you, and never seem to expect bicycles to be …

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The Halfbike is a manually powered Segway

by Caitlyn

Halfbike

Commuting to work when it’s just a bit too far to walk always makes you consider getting some set of wheels. It could be a skateboard, scooter, or bicycle, but oftentimes the most widely used option is the latter. The only problem is that bicycles take up a lot of space regardless of where you put it. Not to mention there’s the hassle of storing it once you get to …

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Hindsight 35 – Watching out Behind You

by Julie

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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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