Basic run down of the essential gear I recommend for you to carry on your bike from neighborhood rides to longer road rides
In this episode I play in the snow to test out the new DZR H2O shoes I have in for review, and discuss why I am doing this vlogging thing a bit more.
I’ve been on the lookout for the right diaper/flat kit fanny pack to use when pushing my daughter around in the Bullit, and the Trail Buddy from Seagull may be the perfect thing.
My new favorite cycling and running wind vest is the Pearl Izumi Women’s Elite Barrier vest. It doesn’t hurt that it is neon pink to add safety for night runs or foggy winter rides.
Portland Design Works has released a matte black version of their popular Full Metal Fenders. This new Matte Black color is only available in dealers which is a great play on PDW’s part to help direct business to the local bike shop.
There are many trainers on the market these days, and in an effort to add clarity to the confusion I put together a quick guide to the essential pieces that you need to know when buying a trainer.
It’s a great thing when companies put personality into everyday biking accessories. The PDW The Bird Cage is a great example of that idea.
Moots took their proven cyclocross platform a bit further to meet up with the growing gravel and bikepacking category. Enter the Moots Routt and Routt 45.
Public Bikes was created “to make riding more enjoyable, practical, and chic.” They entered the kids market with the Mini V and Mini C push bikes and we have had one in for review for the past few months.
A good set of fenders cost between $40-55 and could be the difference of you driving, or having very wet and cold feet when getting to work. These fenders from Planet Bike have survived a year under me and I would endorse them if you need something for your 29er bike!