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Archive for November, 2010

The History of Dutch Bike Paths

The History of Dutch Bike Paths

Commute By Bike’s Holiday Gift Guide 2010

Are bike commuters generous as a group? Do we take a piece of what we love and try to bestow it on others to enable their bike commute. As a bike commuting advocate, is it better to give or receive? The answer is Yes. We recommended giving simple usable bike commuting gifts that inspire your […]

The New Wheel of San Francisco Delivers Bikes by Wandertec BONGO Trailer

We were very excited when The New Wheel Electric Bike Shop of San Francisco contacted us here at the looking for a solution for delivering brand spanking new electric bikes to their clients. It sounded like a job for the Wandertec BONGO bike trailer, a trailer that we make here in our shop. The […]

2010 Croozer 737 – Closeout! Only $319

I thought it would be worthy of a quick post to mention that we just posted a closeout of the 2010 Croozer 737 Bike Child Trailer! This is an amazing deal, priced to move, at $319 (normally $449)! This one child trailer, comes with everything you need for cycling, jogging and strolling. Croozer offer high […]

Ortlieb Water Bag 4L – Zinger & Quick Review

Ortlieb’s 4 Liter water bag is the Zinger of the day. It is marked down from $22.99 down to $17.99 thru November 27th! These water bags are great for adding extra water capacity while bike touring. They fit very nicely in your panniers and also come in 2L and 10L sizes. Use them for all […]

‘Some might say there is a war on cars…’

Here’s a de-facto case study illustrating the UK side of Stacey Moses’ post, Bicycle Commuting Incentives: US v UK: Cadherent Ltd is a UK-based CAD, multi-media, design and drafting company that participates in the country’s Bike2Work program, with 80% of their staff participating. [T]he bike racks outside… are crammed with cycles, courtesy of the Bike2Work […]