Make sure to visit the sponsors of this posts.. Problem Solvers! One concern that so many women (and guys) have with owning a bike is the basics of fixing it, or how to do basic road side repairs. I do … Read More
With the wild success of Motivational Monday, and a ton of “tech” questions rolling in to our email what is a better way than to have a tech clinic day each week?!?! Starting next week we will be starting to … Read More
One of the things I am very excited about for the 2011 Sea Otter Classic is all the “ladies” focused events! On Sunday there is a full day of events scheduled to get women more active in the cycling … Read More
Tonight (Tuesday, March 21, 2011) is the first Dirt Diva’s group ride of the year. As this is the first season I’m not working retail I was very giddy to get back in the saddle with a large group of … Read More
Bike prep is one of the most important things you can do prior to a race or any big ride. Most people will do a last minute check over before any race or big ride, but when was the last … Read More
Proper technique in lubing your chain will help prolong the life of your drive train also a clean bike is a happy bike!!
As more and more folks are realizing the benefit of a well set up full suspension you see less hardtails on the trail and more full squish. What I see a lot in the shop is people completely ignoring their … Read More
A reader sent photos of her $10 bike storage concept utilizing closest rod brackets x 2 per bike. A great idea and simple to do, but make sure you are screwing into a wall stud!
As everyone’s bike collection begins or grows the way you store your bikes also needs to begin or grow. Throwing your new investment into your garage, leaned up against your car or lawn mower, isn’t the way to keep it … Read More
It seems that there are still batches of SRAM Force recalled brakes out there. Cozy Beehive recalls a recent story of a mechanic installing SRAM Force brakes to a customers bike and they broke under his touch. Before you buy … Read More