It’s true. I am a bicycle scofflaw. Sue me.
These utility bikes might just be a viable option for replacing our cars (at least some of the time)
Most of us would groan at the thought of a two-hour one-way commute. Not Chris Schierholtz. Every day he rides his full-suspension mountain bike 35 miles to and from his office at Mission Workshop, in the heart of San Francisco, a route that includes three-plus total hours of saddle time, some seriously technical singletrack, and a ferry. Photographer Ian Tuttle takes us through an average day.
When I'm biking to work in the rain, I need my gear to stay bone-dry. Here's why I grab this bag first.
Why telling people you ride elicits serious bike-splaining—and what you can do about it
Sure, you can get your bike tuned or buy a spare tube. But at these shops, you can also order an espresso or IPA and find your community.
Just because the season is getting colder doesn't mean you have to stop riding
The kit you need to maximize winter saddle time
Bike to work, get your exercise in—and look great, too
From Diamondback and mountain biker Mike Hopkins, Skidsville is a video about the simple joy of riding bikes.
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