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May 20, 2010

Bell Sweep Bike Helmet

Bell Sweep Bike Helmet

This week starts National Bike to Work Week, leading up to National Bike to Work Day on May 21st. The annual event aims to promote bicycling as a healthy and safe alternative to driving. A helmet is a necessity for any cyclist and this Bell Sweep Bike Helmet provides the ultimate protection. It features an internal skeleton that reinforces the helmet like rebar fortifies concrete, so you get maximum protection without heaviness or bulkiness.

May 11, 2009

Giro Ionos Bike Helmet

Giro Ionos Bike Helmet

No matter how great your bike is, it won't keep you from getting hurt when that idiot opens the car door just as you're speeding past its rear bumper. Cover your noggin with a top of the line Giro Ionos Bike Helmet. You may not be able to pronounce it, but you'll still reap all the benefits when you wear it. It helps keep your head safe and the vivid colors are another signal... more

April 9, 2009

Break the Cycle

Break the Cycle

You may not be prepared to cycle all the way into the city to get to work, but you can ride a bike for any number of trips you might otherwise make by car. The Marin Stinson bike is made for comfort, with a design that's easy on the back. Save some gas and pedal to your favorite cafe or local park. If you have a bike already, but it's not so easy to... more

March 31, 2009

Nomad Cargo Bicycle Trailer

Nomad Cargo Bicycle Trailer

Maybe you dusted off that bike when gas prices spiked last year. Now that they've come down, you might be tempted to put your bike back in the basement because you can't carry much with you. Add the Nomad Cargo Bicycle Trailer and you can pack up to a 100 lbs and barely feel it. That's quite a few groceries you can pedal home yourself. Go ahead, stick the candy bar in your cart... more

Jan. 20, 2009

Weslo Pursuit 6.0 Dx Recumbent Bike

Weslo Pursuit 6.0 Dx Recumbent Bike

Hardcore cyclists take advantage of any break in the temperature to head out and hit the road. If you're not one of this hardy breed, but love cycling, the Weslo Pursuit Recumbent Bike lets you take some of the action indoors. This is a favorite because it provides back support, but still gives you a good workout. Pedal away for your first show, and you can relax on the couch guilt-free for the rest... more

Jan. 1, 2009

Point Reyes Urban Bike

Point Reyes Urban Bike

It seems like no matter where you go to school parking is a problem. If you tend to run late for every class, a few extra minutes can mean the difference between being in your seat when the teacher starts talking or skulking in the door and hoping he or she doesn't notice your late entrance. Skip the parking lot (and save on gas) with the Point Reyes Urban Bike. Marin Bikes made this... more

July 3, 2008

Giro Ionos Bicycle Helmet

Giro Ionos Bicycle Helmet

The Tour de France begins this weekend, reminding the lazy among us that we actually have bikes in the garage, and that we should really ride them more often. Avid cyclists have no doubt heard about the Giro Ionos road bike helmet, which was tested by 27 riders over 50,000 miles in last year's Tour. After 3 years in development, the Ionos is finally available to the rest of us. What makes this helmet... more

June 4, 2008

Schwinn Mark 2 Bike Trailer

Schwinn Mark 2 Bike Trailer

According to InStyle, Brad Pitt rides his bike while towing sons Maddox and Pax in a Schwinn Mark 2 bike trailer. With an extra-wide aluminum frame, the Mark 2 is big enough to hold 2 children, and quickly converts to a jogging stroller (it comes with an 8" wheel kit). The universal coupler makes it quick and easy to attach to most bikes, and the zippered weather shield protects the passengers from rain (and... more

April 22, 2008

Carrie Bicycle Basket

Carrie Bicycle Basket

The May issue of the Oprah magazine has a full page feature on a Raleigh bicycle and the Carrie bicycle basket. The basket is made out of rugged plastic and has a lace design (the designer was inspired by the Swedish tablecloths her grandmother once used for tea). It comes with everything you need to attach it to your bike, as well as a strap so you can use it as a shopping basket.... more

Oct. 11, 2007

Kryptonite New York Fahgettaboudit Bike Locks

Kryptonite New York Fahgettaboudit Bike Locks

Kryptonite is so sure their New York "Fahgettaboudit" locks will prevent your bike from getting stolen that they'll pay you up to $4500 (depending on how much your bike cost, of course) if your bike does get stolen while locked up with one of these beasts. You just need to register with their Anti-Theft Prevention plan. Designed for "extreme security needs in high crime areas," these chain and U-locks are the company's toughest and... more

Sept. 28, 2007

Sweetskinz Bicycle Tires

Sweetskinz Bicycle Tires

Trick out your bike with Sweetskinz tires. They combine style and safety - their full-color graphics and patterns are much more fun than boring black tires, and the whole tire is reflective at night. Which is especially important for people who commute by bike to and from work, now that the days are getting shorter. Sweetskinz come in 4 different styles and 2 sizes (26" for mountain bikes and 20" for BMX bikes). More... more

July 13, 2007

Polar CS 600 Wireless Bike Computer

Polar CS 600 Wireless Bike Computer

The Tour de France is well under way, so for all you avid cyclists out there, we present the Polar CS 600 wireless bike computer, a gadget designed for cycling pros and pros-on-weekends. It mounts onto your bike stem or handlebars, and measures your heart rate, speed (current, average, and maximum), calories and fat burned, incline percentage and grade, ETA, and more. All this information is presented on the large 3-row LCD display, and... more

May 15, 2007

C02 Inflators

C02 Inflators

In the spirit of National Bike to Work Week, we'd like to remind you that riding your bike to work requires a little more than just a bike (and a job). Safety first, folks. Make sure you wear a helmet. Pack a tool kit in case anything goes wrong with your bike, as well as a mini-pump and CO2 cartridge, shown here, because you can just pull the trigger and watch your... more

April 18, 2007

Primal Wear Cycling Jerseys

Primal Wear Cycling Jerseys

Looking for a good cycling jersey that isn't plastered with corporate logos? Check out Primal Wear's cycling jerseys. They're made out of polyester with some kind of high-tech moisture transfer technology, and come in all kinds of fun designs, from kiddie themes (Curious George, Where the Wild Things Are) to music (Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones) to Scarface, but our favorite by far is the Stanley Roper-approved Leisure Ride one shown here. More cycling... more

Feb. 9, 2007

Oregon Scientific Helmet Video Camera

Oregon Scientific Helmet Video Camera

Record your extreme snowboarding or biking trip! The new Oregon Scientific ATC2K helmet camera is waterproof, shock-resistant, and attaches easily to your helmet or your handlebars (mounting hardware is included). The camera captures full color video (640 x 480 VGA at 30 frames per second) and audio (that is, you screaming), and comes with 32MB of memory, but you can add more via the SD slot. It even comes with cables so you can... more

Nov. 20, 2006

Burley Solo Bicycle Trailer

Burley Solo Bicycle Trailer

This weekend we went to REI, where some cyclist friends picked up a Burley Solo bike trailer for their 8 month-old baby. We had no idea a bike trailer could be so high-tech, lightweight, and versatile. Or handle so smoothly - just pushing it to the parking lot made us fantasize about using it for grocery shopping. The Solo keeps baby safe and comfortable, converts quickly and easily to a stroller or jogger, and... more

Oct. 12, 2006

Giro Monza Bicycle Helmet

Giro Monza Bicycle Helmet

You already know it's important to wear a helmet when you go for a bike ride. But which helmet should you get? Bicycling magazine recently gave the Giro Monza helmet an Editors' Choice award, because the 265-gram Monza "had the best rear head strap and vented nearly as well as the priciest helmets" they've used, plus the Monza is "exceptionally comfortable." Its wind-tunnel ventilation combines 24 vents with internal exhaust channels to keep your... more

Sept. 25, 2006

Ceiling Mount Bike Rack

Ceiling Mount Bike Rack

Problem: You have a bike but no place to store it - no garage, no basement, no spare bedroom. Solution: This ceiling mount bike lift. It has a pulley system for easy lifting (ideal for those of us who don't have a whole lot of upper body strength) and holds bikes weighing up to 50 pounds. The solid steel construction has a lifetime warranty and the rope locking system prevents accidental release. More... more

Sept. 15, 2006

Pearl Izumi Therma Fleece Arm Warmers

Pearl Izumi Therma Fleece Arm Warmers

One of our coworkers, who recently started riding his bike to work, came into the office this morning raving about his new Pearl Izumi Therma Fleece arm warmers, calling them the "greatest things ever." He saw our skeptical faces and insisted we try them on. He's right. The brushed interior is so soft and warm we want sheets made out of that material. Perfect for fall bike riding, the arm warmers provide warmth and... more

June 14, 2006

Razor Pocket Mod Bistro Scooter

Razor Pocket Mod Bistro Scooter

Razor's Pocket Mod Bistro Scooter has all the charm of a vintage Vespa, with none of the blue smoke or breakdowns. This little electronic scooter can go up to 15 miles an hour, and holds scooterists (ages 12 and up) up to 220 pounds. It's got a rechargeable battery, hand-operated rear brake for easy stopping, and a retractable kickstand. You'll have to apply your own extra mirrors. For little kids, check out the more