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 I started commuting more, I didn’t think twice about what I would
Recently, I witnessed a customer taking a standard 2010 Cervelo P3, and making it hers. With a little help from a co-worker this lady turned a standard (very beautiful) P3, uniquely hers. White handlebars, white stem and red bar take really turned this dream bike into her dream bike.
In the South East of the US it is becoming time to pull out your base layer long underwear and find your wool socks. Personally, I enjoy wearing my wool socks year round but not many others around my bike shop feel the same way.
You’re riding your bike often now and you’re wondering what you need to do to keep it up, right? Maybe not but let’s pretend for the moment that you want to keep your bike ready, out of the bike shop and embracing the greasy ways of working on your own
Here’s a deep confession, I have a bag addiction. Come look in my closest and there are at least 4 messenger bags, 4 bicycle specific back packs, hydration bags and then panniers are end less. Constantly the search is on to find the most stylish, yet functional, bag possible.
There is a great accessory for your bike called a bike computer or cyclometer. Like a cars dashboard it can tell you many things about your speed, average, time and even get into more detailed things like cadence*, heart rate or incline. The computer works on your bike by either