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Archive for October, 2009

This Week in Commuting News

My goal in these weekly round ups are not only to highlight what was talked about here, on Commute By Bike, but across the newswire, blogosphere and maybe even in my shop.  As long as it is about commuting, it may find its way here. Outside Magazine has an article on Bike Commuting 101. Bike [...]

Honda is Taking Action for Bicycle Safety

Of all companies to invest in safety of people on bicycles, Honda is leading the charge. Tokyo, Oct 15, 2009 – (JCN Newswire) – Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today announced plans to begin Japan-wide sales starting February 2010, of the Honda Bicycle Simulator developed for the purpose of traffic safety education. By safely experiencing the [...]

A Brake Light for Your Bicycle : The Spooklight

A wireless brake light for your bike, is it possible.  With technology from various industries touching the cycling world now it is exciting to see what new inventions will come about. The Spooklight made by 50cycles is a waterproof brake light for your bicycle. The light is wireless, allowing freedom for the remote on your [...]

Planet Bike Blaze 2W : Quick Review

One our new sponsors, Planet Bike, had a pretty incredible new product hit the cycling market in the past week. Planet Bike has a new light called the Blaze 2W.  The Blaze 1W has been somewhat of an industry standard for affordable LED or go to product in bike shops.  If you want a reliable, [...]

Gary Fisher Gritty for Review

Gary Fisher introduces the Gritty, styled after the freestyle fixed gear bikes that are the new trend in the fixed gear scene.  The price tag at $439 isn’t a bad place to start for your freestyle-esque bike but as a commuter I see huge potential.

Q & A : Input for Commute By Bike

As we have mentioned that Commute By Bike has changed hands and the site has gotten rolling in the past week.  Now that the site has been live for two weeks with constant updates, tips and reviews we would like your input.  If you could take the time to help make this site better please [...]