Why the divide between cyclist and commuter? I was listening to Patrick Brady’s (founder of Ride Kite Prayer) podcast, The Pull last week. He was interviewing Peter… Read more “Bike Commuter or Cyclist | Or Just People Riding Bikes”
We obviously love riding bikes and promoting bicycle commuting (that much is easy to see)….but do we unknowingly promote a stereotype that is steeped in traditional “old school” beliefs, which is more exclusive (than inclusive) and quite possibly does more to discourage everyday bike commuting than it does to encourage?
On the steps of Capitol Hill, Adam Godet fits in nicely. Sharply dressed among the high-powered execs and suit-wearing bureaucrats. Adam has already had a morning strength training session and biked seven miles to the office — an impressive daily ritual. A system that has been ironed out. Something you might expect from a driven guy working in the U.S. Defense Department.
Make your bike smarter with this cool piece of technology. We put the SmartHalo to the test for six weeks. Is it worth it?
We believe that biking is the best way to commute. These are our top ten reasons why you should bike to work.
Since he was a kid biking with his hockey stick over his handlebars to the ice rink, Rob has been cycling pretty much his entire life. He has the battle scars and wisdom to show for it.
We tagged along on his 22 km (14 mi) ride from his home in the nearby town of Richmond into the city of Vancouver where he works.
Now, instead of his hockey stick over his handlebars, his 2-year-old daughter Emma rides in the front seat. On her face, she wears a big grin, and you can clearly see that Rob’s love of cycling is infectious.
Longtime Two Wheel Gear rider and viola musician for the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra reviews the Pannier Backpack Convertible.
If the commuter in your life has committed to riding most days, then they will need a solid kit of the essentials. We put together this short list of hand picked gear that we use on a daily basis. From stocking stuffers to epic gifts they will always remember, these commuter gems will put a smile on any cyclist this Christmas!
Intimidating at first? Perhaps. Easy to master? Absolutely. Worth it? I think so.
I’m an urban bike commuter. Not performance oriented at all. For as long as I can remember a pair of flat, stiff soles was all I needed.
In August, I traded a Two Wheel Gear bag to a new friend at Shimano & Pearl iZUMi and was able to give clipless pedals a try.
Dave sent us this picture of his daily trip items. Pack your Two Wheel Gear Bike Suit Bag accordingly!