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What to Do If You Have an Accident While Riding

What to Do If You Have an Accident While Riding

By on Nov 5, 2018 in Accidents, BLOG |

Even the safest cyclist can still have an accident at some point. The road is unpredictable and there are a lot of different elements that can cause trouble even to the most cautious cyclists. That’s why, when becoming a cyclist, the responsible thing to do is be prepared, and learn how to react when the worst happens. Find a Safe Spot If it was a minor crash and...

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Starting a Cycling Club

Starting a Cycling Club

By on Oct 26, 2018 in BLOG |

The more the merrier, right? Riding on your own is amazing, but having a crew to share your interest with, can be even more rewarding. If you live in a big city, chances are you can find at least a couple of cycling clubs to join, if not, it might be up to you to create one. But, how exactly do you get started? It’s not as hard as you think. Find Your Peeps The key...

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Is It Safe to Ride a Bike in Your City?

Is It Safe to Ride a Bike in Your City?

By on Oct 2, 2018 in BLOG |

When you live in a bike-friendly city you know. Not only is riding a bike part of everyone’s lifestyles, but even the government seems to be encouraging them to ride everywhere. There’re bike lanes, bike shops and an overall bike-friendly culture that helps cyclists ride in a healthy and safe environment. But, what happens when you live in a city that’s not quite...

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Most Common Mistakes New Cyclists Make

Most Common Mistakes New Cyclists Make

By on Sep 17, 2018 in BLOG |

Regardless of age, any person getting a new bike will feel incredibly excited. Getting a bike is almost like getting an adrenaline shot, you immediately get excited, euphoric even, and you just can’t stop thinking about it. You want to ride everywhere and if it weren’t so uncomfortable you’d even sleep while cuddling your bike. There’s no harm in feeling super...

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How to Choose Your Kid’s First Bicycle – Part 1

How to Choose Your Kid’s First Bicycle – Part 1

By on Aug 22, 2018 in BLOG, Kid's Bicycle |

Who doesn’t remember their first bicycle? Without a doubt, it’s one of the most important gifts a kid can receive. It brings them instant joy and parents can’t help but join in the excitement as they anticipate helping their kids take their first steps. Bikes are one of the most demanded gifts. They always make an appearance in Santa’s letters, so much so we bet...

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Choosing the Perfect Bike for You

Choosing the Perfect Bike for You

By on Aug 2, 2018 in Become a Bike Commuter, BLOG |

Whether you’re just riding occasionally, or you have decided to incorporate your cycling into your daily routine, you need to be using the right bike for you. If you have no idea what we’re referring to, here’s a little spoiler: bikes come in different sizes, prices, and are built for specific activities. So, the wrong bike can not only make you look comically big...

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Early Morning Breakfast for Cyclists

Early Morning Breakfast for Cyclists

By on Jul 28, 2018 in BLOG |

Breakfasts set the tone for the rest of the day. Eat too much, and you’ll end up bloated for hours. Too little and you’ll be constantly starving and overeating for the rest of the day. Give in to sugary treats and you’ll feel tired soon after. Messing up the first meal of the day is ridiculously easy, and the effects often last the entire day. This can be especially...

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Ready to Become a Bike Commuter?

Ready to Become a Bike Commuter?

By on Jul 13, 2018 in Become a Bike Commuter, BLOG |

Deciding to become a bike commuter is a big commitment. Whether you’re looking to reduce your carbon footprint, have a more active lifestyle, or just got tired of sitting in your car in the traffic, you’re about to endure a huge change in your life. But wait! It’s not as easy as grabbing your bike and heading out the door. Well, it is if you’re a regular rider, but...

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Friendliest Cities for Cycling

Friendliest Cities for Cycling

By on Jul 8, 2018 in BLOG, Cities for Cycling |

One of the best exercises you can partake in is cycling. Not only is it low impact (meaning it doesn’t over stress your joints), it’s also easy to learn, relatively low-cost, a good way to improve your strength, and if you live in one of these cycling-friendly cities, a time-efficient way to get around. Even though cycling is an eco-friendly method of...

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