Personally, if I was looking for a daily do all commuter and a get out of town bike-packing bike the Fahrlander II would be the first option I would look at.
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.
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!
A review on the Blackburn Airstik 2Stage Bicycle Hand Pump. Retailing at $29.99 this little pump packs a decent punch.
A review of bicycle specific lights from Blackburn. These lights are outstanding for the price with 3 key features: multi-mode, great mounting system and USB-mini charging. Click to learn more!
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!
While at $999 it is the cheapest bike in her stable I can EASILY say that “Barney”, the Nature Boy, gives my wife the most joy and happiness than any bike I have seen her on.
Today we will dive in to the process of purchasing a family cargo bike, and a quick month long review of our beloved Bullitt!
A quick preview of the FitWell Bicycle Company Fahrlander II and DeGroot III. Thus far I am very impressed with these two bikes and FitWell has them significantly discounted on www.FitWellBikes.com. A full review for each bike and an article on “How to Fit a FitWell” will be coming in the next few weeks!
You know that you’re about to experience something special when a book’s subtitle is “A Cookbook and Companion for the Good Life”. In this book Anna Brones does a magnificent job of mixing together the passion of bicycles and food. Click to read the full review.