Our new friends at Allen Racks have send us the new 144A Rack to review. It’s a pretty heavy duty trunk mount rack that can hold up to 4 bikes or 140lbs! Here are the specs: ” Fits Sedans, Hatchbacks, Minivans & SUV’s. ” Single configuration design eliminates headaches during set up and installation. ” […]
Archive for September, 2005
Tune out the jokes about spandex and get in the right gear and, Chris Hoogeveen says, riding a bike to work is as easy as, well, riding a bike. And it’s been easy on his gas consumption, too. Hoogeveen is one commuter who is battling gas prices by pedaling to work instead of picking up […]
In a steadily growing city with a shortage of downtown parking and an ever-increasing number of cars on the road, alternative forms of transportation may seem like a good idea. At least Jeff Monson seems to think so. The executive director of the Bend agency Commute Options works with area businesses to encourage workers to […]
Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays Kevin Hainchek from the swift completion of his morning bike commute — as long as the snow is light and the rain hasn’t actually started. “I’ve ridden with 15-below wind chill. I’ll ride in single digits,” he said. “I’ll ride if it snows lightly. […]
Well here’s the answer to your dilema. Wilderness Energy! This little kit gets you up to 20 miles on a single charge and has a full speed capacity of 20mph. You can find more information at Wilderness Energy.
We’ve partnered up with Genuine Innovations, the leader in CO2 Inflation. They sent us the “Deluxe Tire Repair & Inflation Wallet.” (Thanks Kelly!) Here’s the Specs on the Kit: Ultraflate Plus inflator comes with three 16g non threaded Genuine Innovations CO2 refill cartridges, Small Patch Kit, and two tire levers -€ plus a 3.5″ x […]