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Archive for August, 2011

No “Ridiculous” Car Trips Campaign

No “Ridiculous” Car Trips Campaign

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A customer sent in this photo of the BikeShopHub.com logo contrasted against these enormous grain elevators “used to dry and store corn and soy beans, to feed the nations meat…..”

Which BOB Fork for Fat Bike?

I have a Fat Bike in the bush of Alaska and have purchased a BOB Trailer. The standard fork is too short. My wheels are Surley endomorph 3.7, 26″. Will the long fork work with this set-up? Mounting a BOB Trailer fork is possible on some fat bikes but will generally requires modification to the […]

Surly BOB at Joshua Tree

Another satisfied customer: “I received my BOB Yak trailer and immediately hooked it to my Surly LHT and headed into Joshua tree national park for a test ride. I live by the entrance. Love it!”

Why don’t you tell me ’bout the mystery rack?

This custom rack was made by Stuart Henderson, Bike Shop Hub‘s resident metal fabricator, artist, and renaissance man. It is designed to carry a very specific object. Can you guess what that object is? The first person who guesses correctly wins a Commute by Bike t-shirt. Leave your guesses in the comments. Hint 1: The […]

Dutch Extreme Bike Commuting

Dutch Extreme Bike Commuting

How does your town say ‘No Bicycles?’

I managed to forge a cycling purpose into a non-cycling vacation in August, 2011, using the brute force of a big-ass 1996 GMC camper van. Here are the posts: Vapid Transit, Snap Judgements, How to Blow $20 in Boulder, Public Art You Can’t See from a Car, and How does your town say ‘No Bicycles?’ […]

Gabri Christa’s NYC Biking Story

Gabri Christa’s NYC Biking Story

Ted Modeling the Wearable BackTpack Panniers

We got in a pair of this interesting hybrid of panniers and a backpack called aBackTpack. As Ted was proudly showing off this amazing piece of innovation our entire staff worked hard on mocking him incessantly. Was this a man purse for construction workers and was its use just nerdy or ultra nerdy. With them […]

Public Art You Can’t See from a Car

I managed to forge a cycling purpose into a non-cycling vacation in August, 2011, using the brute force of a big-ass 1996 GMC camper van. Here are the posts: Vapid Transit, Snap Judgements, How to Blow $20 in Boulder, Public Art You Can’t See from a Car, and How does your town say ‘No Bicycles?’ […]