A guest blog from Laura Colbert of Loose Nuts Cycles in Atlanta, GA. Saturday was a beautiful day in Atlanta, one of those occasional Southern winter days when it feels like spring–the opposite of what cyclocross weather should be. Other … Read More
When my work started “pre-selling” the new XX1 group I knew this is what I had to have for my new hardtail race machine. Not only is it the latest and greatest, which doesn’t always appeal to me on my … Read More
The thoughts and details during a bike build are what make a great bike shop a resource and a dream factory for bicycle geeks like myself. These custom bike builds are what keep me inspired and excited to continue to … Read More
Some clothing pieces in my internet travels that have grabbed my attention. Let It Rain Jacket – Athleta $178 Cortina Hoody – Smartwool $120 Viva Cycling Cap – Castelli $14.95 Grand Prix Wool Jersey – Terry $140 Fit & Vicious … Read More
A guest post by Laura Colbert of Loose Nuts Cycles in Atlanta, GA I’m really excited to follow Arleigh’s New Years post from yesterday. I too have spent the past couple of weeks reflecting on the past year and what … Read More
A guest post from Laura Colbert of Loose Nuts Cycles in Atlanta, GA. I am a girl who loves denim. Outside of work time, I’m always in dark, well-fitted pair of jeans, even if I’m on a bike. So when … Read More
Enter the Foundry Cycles Broadaxe. Designed to be ridden aggressive. This hard tail has molded stays to “flex” and give a bit.
BB92 & 12mm thru axle rear. This means stiff. 438mm stays means nimble. Carbon means a lay up process that will allow for a molded top tube and rear stays to make the abuse of a 50 miler not so bad.
When I heard a company was making a waterproof backpack designed not only for bike commuting by for WOMEN I jumped at the chance to review the product. Velo Transit is a based out of Seattle, WA where they design, … Read More