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.
Today we will dive in to the process of purchasing a family cargo bike, and a quick month long review of our beloved Bullitt!
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It’s pretty gutsy to build your company on the words “fit” and “well”. Today we will be talking about how do you ensure you are buying a bike that fits you, and what the order process is like with FitWell Bicycle Company.
This article will not be telling you how to check your seat height because you shouldn’t do it alone, and you probably don’t know enough to get it perfect. Instead, think of this article as a public service announcement. There is a great chance your bike doesn’t fit you and that isn’t your fault.
In this “Hauling Your Kid by Bike” series I’ll walk you through different ways to carry your kids with you on your bike, the pros and cons of each, and how I ultimately decided on the product I did to help you figure out what fits your needs the most.
My list of the things I wish I had known before my first races. This list could have thousands of tips on it, so add your own in the comments.
Sign up and be a part of the 6th Annual Beti Bike Bash, the largest women’s mountain bike event in the country! Team Yeti Beti is encouraging all women that…
The most popular ways to haul kids by bike in the United States are bike child seats and kids bike trailers. Today we will look at the options in each of these styles and the pros/cons so that you can make an educated decision for your family.
Several years ago I took some slack based off an article I threw out there that women’s 29er don’t work. I still stand next to this opinion and today we will analyze what all goes into a bike fitting well.
The greatest gift this season is my health. I’m looking forward to skiing on Christmas Day, celebrating the evening with Bike Shop Girl’s family, and maybe a few more road miles to start off 2015. Happy Holidays and Cheers to Health in the New Year.