Bike rides are best when shared, but when we can’t pedal in person, here are some of the next best ways to share our rides.
A big lesson we all learned during the past year is the importance of small businesses in our communities. As the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the U.S., small businesses were hit hard, many unfortunately closing their doors for good. As we continue to navigate the pandemic, shopping at small businesses close to home is a great way to keep your dollars local and support your family, friends and neighbors who have undoubtedly taken a financial hit these last few months.
We know it can be pretty easy to hang up your helmet for the season once the snow starts falling, but we’re here to tell you that just because winter is here, it doesn’t mean you have to stop riding!To help make sense of how to ride this time of year, we collected a few of our go-to tips to keep you riding this winter.
Whether it’s your first time around the block or you know it like the back of your hand, there’s never been a better time to enjoy the simple pleasures of a neighborhood bike ride.
Where the pavement ends, the fun begins. Still uncertain about taking your next ride off-road? Here are five reasons why you should.
The leaves are turning, the air is crisp — fall is officially here. But the beauty of fall also means cooler temperatures, earlier sunsets and sometimes less than ideal weather. For the many of you who picked up biking for the first time or returned after a long hiatus this summer, the thought of braving colder weather while riding might feel intimidating. So, we collected six tips to keep you confidently riding through the next few months:
There were a lot of reasons people got on their bikes this year. No matter what reason you had for experiencing life on two wheels, we’re here to help keep you riding through 2020 and for years to come. We’ve collected a few tips to assist you in staying safe, staying seen and staying pedaling, no matter what kind of biking you do.
With many of you having picked up your new bicycling habit for the first time ever, or after a long time out of the saddle, we’re here to help share a few tips and rules of the road to keep you riding safely and courteously.