A wonderful reader, Phil, shot us an email last week about a garment bag review he did. Thank you for the okay to post it on Commute By Bike! Nashbar Garment Bag Pannier I bought this garment bag pannier in October of 2008 when I decided that I wanted to commute by bike to work [...]
The New Belgium Urban Assault Rides resemble Alley Cats that messengers put on, but maybe with more law abiding participants. You go between check points and do various task or obstacles across your city. In a nutshell, teams of 2 have to ride to various checkpoints around town. They can pick any route they like [...]
Our group build is wrapping up. We’ve had the project on hold during the snow, cold and winter. After many discussions about bicycle type, exact frame set, the type of shifting, component type and to have fenders installed, we’ve determined the Long Haul Trucker with a stock build is the bike we are going with.
Every morning I wake up, check email and then quickly go to my Google Reader. It is loaded up with over 200 feeds and I do my best to jog through them in the morning or over lunch, each day. One of the common trends for this morning was that many people think that bicycling [...]
While at Frostbike a few weeks back we were introduced to the Burley Travoy. A new cargo trailer from the folks at Burley. This trailer is much different than any trailer you may have seen so make sure to click through all the photos. The trailer is more all than wide, and utilizes different types [...]
This was found in my email this morning from our local Safe Routes to School Coordinator, Dick Winters. Many of you may already know that 76,000 Americans have been hit by cars while walking or biking in their communities in the last 15 years. That’s because most of America’s roads are designed for cars – [...]