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Sunburn Be Gone: How To Protect Your Skin During Summer Rides

Cycling during the Summer sometimes seems like more of a chore than a leisure activity. Here in Arizona with temperatures stretching into the 120’s on some days, riding our bikes is especially daunting. Along with staying super hydrated, and choosing to ride in the early morning/late night, another big concern is protecting your skin from… Keep reading →

What Your Favorite Brompton Color Says About You

Everyone has a preferred favorite color. Even if you don’t know your favorite off the top of your head, there are probably certain colors that you are naturally drawn to. The psychology of color is a study in how the colors we prefer play a hand in our personalities and behavioral traits. These traits can… Keep reading →

8 Stylish And Rugged Touring Gear Sets For Your Summer Bike Trips

This week ushered in the official First Day of Summer. And with the season comes the return of Summer bike tours! Whether you’re planning on an overnight camping trip, or a week-long excursion on your bike this season, it’s important to be prepared with the right gear to fit in everything you’ll need. We’ve compiled… Keep reading →

Cool, Interesting, And Awesome Celebrity Folding Bike Riders

Turns out celebs love folding bikes just as much as we do! Article adapted from The Folding Cyclist. View the original post here.   Actress Brigitte Bardot riding a Graziella folding bike in an advertisement.   Painter Salvadore Dali with his Graziella folding bike. – Paris 1967 Katharine Hepburn riding a Motobecane folding bike. – Nice, France… Keep reading →

Buyers’ Guide: How To Choose The Right Saddle

Your saddle is quite possibly the most important component of your bike. Your saddle is your main contact point with your bike, so it is critical to choose one that fits your body comfortably. If you’re not riding with the right saddle, you’ll definitely be feeling it! Even little differences between two similar saddle designs… Keep reading →