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The business and work culture of Bike Shop Hub in all it's glory.

When we have new products, sales, weird marketing ideas, commentary on the cycling industry, or embarrasing photos of of the staff, this is where you'll find it.

And since we are located in Arizona, we'll talk about the cycling scene in the state.

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We get to see and touch and test all sorts of great cycling gear here at our world headquarters. But we actually get to meet very few of our customers in person.

We just know you are out there taking pictures of your amazing cycling adventures. We want to see them! The best ones will be shared on the relevant section of this blog: Bike Cargo Trailers, Bike Touring, Bike Technology and Family Cycling.

To Bad You’re Stuck In Your Car

We have been brainstorming ideas for slogans for t-shirts. Whenever I’m cycling through traffic I always feel a sense of pride to be out in the open air getting myself where I want to go. I also usually feel a little bad for the poor sops stuck in traffic in their metal and plastic exoskeleton.

But rather than sympathize with them, I’d prefer to rub it in their face a little bit in an effort to get them to take their bike instead for their next errand. So sometime in the near future, we are likely to print off a run of Wandertec t-shirts stating boldly across the back, “TO BAD YOU’RE STUCK IN YOUR CAR…”

I’m interested to know how many of you would enjoy rubbing it in the face of all those that you breeze by on your bike. Of course there are more subtle ways of getting the message across. But sometimes it takes a little bit more of a strong message to penetrate the thick exoskeletoned, plush leather, filtered ac, surround sound system, 300HP-world of our car dependent brothers and sisters everywhere.

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