We’ve just started to sell children’s bike helmets at BikeKidShop.com. I’ve been doing some homework on a variety of issues and considerations surrounding kid’s bike helmets. There are quite a few different ways for children to get involved in cycling and wearing a children’s bike helmet makes all of these much safer. Think about all […]
Archive for June, 2010
Review of the Urbana Bicycle “A2Bism” — a term coined by Mikael Colville-Anderson of Copenhagenize — is the idea that bikes for transportation is such an everyday concept that you don’t even think of it.
Guitar Ted from TwentyNineInches.com fendered his Karate Monkey just to take a photo for us. Thanks G-Ted! Send us your fendered bike photos: Arleigh at commutebybike.com
Pop-Up Bicycle Basket MSRP : $75.00 Details : Available for front or rear, in 3 colors A basket system that pops up out of a sheet of recyclable & recycled steel. From MIO Description The Pop-Up Bicycle Basket is designed to fit most bicycles, ship flat and be installed in either the front or rear […]
Social action, generally speaking, refers to an act performed by an individual or a group to work towards achieving a goal that is valued by society. Bicycles can be used to support different types of social action, such as charity rides in which a bike ride is the main event in an effort to raise […]
BikeKidShop.com is the newest of our three websites and we’ve been working hard on expanding our lineup of cycling accessories for kids. Just this week, we got in a shipment of Bell and Giro Children’s Helmets. As a kickoff to offering safety lids for kids, we thought we’d start by offering a free one with […]
A couple of years ago I was at a local bike shop buying a bike for my future stepdaughter who, at the time, was an eight-year-old girl who did not yet know how to ride on two wheels.We asked about training wheels, and was told by the owner of the shop that it was not […]