I believe there is something about internal combustion that is deeply embedded in the American soul. I realized this after living abroad, in Africa. I didn’t set foot on American soil for more than two years. It was in Africa where I learned to maintain a motorcycle engine. When I returned to the USA, I set out on a three-month motorcycle tour to rediscover my country.
Today’s E-Bike Wednesday Guest Article is brought to you by Dan Woodard. Dan designs and builds custom electric bikes. He quit his high-tech engineering job to follow his passion in electric bikes. Follow his blog where he shares his experiences. http://ElectricBikeBuilding.com If you have considered buying an electric bike, there are many configurations and options […]
We are waiting to hear back from our Trek and Gary Fisher contacts for complete details. For now it looks like Trek has introduced the Gary Fisher collection. For the most part it looks like new coloring, parts and only a handful of new models for 2011. The biggest thing will be the Trek name […]
Outlier is a company I have always been jealous of, their website, their clothing and their price tag. As much as I would like to, I could never justify $128 for a pair of shorts (knickers are another conversation.. Their new Summer Short has been blasted all over the internet, blogs, and news feeds. Yes, […]
Last week I asked on Twitter for you fine folks to show me pictures of your fenders. Here is a sampling of what I received : Have photos of your bikes you would like to share. Let us know on Twitter (@BikeShopGirlcom) or in the comments below..
Today’s E-Bike Wednesday Guest Article is brought to you by Elise Giddings. Elise is co-owner of Cycle 9 bike shop in Carrboro, NC, which specializes in electric assist, cargo bikes, commuting and city bikes. http://www.cycle9.com Elise will be featured in one of our upcoming Commute By Bike Podcast, look forward to the series starting next […]