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.
The forecast for the day is 60 degrees, a baseline test for the start of my training and some gear testing.
It’s Friday the 13th, it is also my 31st birthday.
The concept of life balance has really come to light as my household juggles a crawling baby, resident life schedule, college classes, and keeping a healthy relationship between all parties. Your belief system around your priorities completely shift once you have children, but a small voice in the back of your heart reminds you not to lose yourself in the mix.
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.
Today we will dive in to the process of purchasing a family cargo bike, and a quick month long review of our beloved Bullitt!
Are you a lady that works in a bike shop that wants to learn more about the mechanics side? Apply now!
A recap of the CO Bike + Biz + Beer event this past Tuesday. 300 passionate bicyclists and 4 great presenters.
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.