Copy these overachievers and make the most of your trek to the office
When it comes to CO2 emission reduction, it’s no contest between e-bikes and electric cars
Why drive a car when you can saddle up on one of these?
I tested the Gazelle Medeo electric cruiser to see how many gallons of gas it saved me on my daily commute
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.
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