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Birzman Studio Tool Box Review

A video review of my pros and cons of the Birzman Studio Tool Box.

A full review with more photos and in depth options will be coming next week!

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Kids Bike Trailer
Family RidingFeaturedKids

The most popular ways to haul kids by bike in the United States are bike child seats and kids bike trailers. Today we will look at the options in each of these styles and the pros/cons so that you can make an educated decision for your family.

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Pello Bikes Kickstarter
BlogFeaturedKidsKids Bikes

Pello Bikes has two weeks left on a Kickstarter to bring well built, and fitting kids bikes to market. Click to learn more!

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Beti Bike Bash
BlogCycling TipsFeaturedRaceWomen's Cycling

My list of the things I wish I had known before my first races. This list could have thousands of tips on it, so add your own in the comments.

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The Bike Industry is Sick (1)
Better Bike IndustryCyclingFeatured

As a woman that has essentially grown up in the bike industry I really hope that the industry will catch up with the times and start to understand the larger problems that are keeping the industry from growing.

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Social Media for Bike Shops
Better Bike IndustryCyclingFeaturedResources

Some of my basic tips to build a strong foundation for social media. This is channel agnostic and more about creating a strong groundwork and game plan to build on to in the future.

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The riding and writing around these parts have been a bit sparse. You see on March 6th my wife delivered our daughter, Ellington.

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Suffering is hard.  (Photo courtesy of Chris McIntosh at
CyclingFeaturedMotivationRace Reports

Megan Archer is a mid-30’s amateur cyclocross racer. Giving everything to the passion of sport, and for the power of the people.

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Amy Thomas
CyclingFeaturedMotivationMotivational Monday

It’s been roughly 3 weeks from the accident and surgery. I’ll get into where I’m at currently but I wanted to share a few things not previously mentioned that happened on the trail at the time of the accident that made this not nearly as bad as it could have been.

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Motivational Monday - Amy Thomas
CyclingFeaturedMotivationMotivational MondayWomen's Cycling

My dear friend, Amy Thomas, recently broke her radius and ulna while mountain biking in Moab. She is attacking recovery with an optimistic outlook and I asked her to share her story of recovery over the next few weeks with a few articles.

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