Bike Shop Girl | Reviews
A woman owned mobile bicycle workshop in Northeast Denver, Colorado with over 15+ years experience as a master mechanic.
Bike Shop Girl, Denver Bicycle Repair, Denver Mobile Bike Repair, Women's Bike Repair
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Last fall Muc-Off sent a care package of bike care products. Pun intended. I've used them a decent amount over the winter, but as most of my riding was indoors I don't think it was a true test so this is just a PREVIEW of...

Our Larry vs Harry Bullitt has about 500 miles on it, which is a big deal seeing our average trip distance is 3.6 miles! I figured this was a good time to post an initial review of the family cargo bike, how we built it...

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....

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....

As a mom, and anti-training wheel advocate, I am so happy to see the push bike market growing for children. The more readily available options there are will hopefully create more buzz around teaching children how to ride without the training wheels. Public Bikes was created "to make riding more enjoyable, practical, and chic." Their adult city bikes aren't known for fancy parts, or being overly durable (and expensive). They are simple, classy, and getting people back into the everyday neighborhood bikes. 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.