It’s the Little Things

It’s the Little Things

Posted on Mar 6th 2017 | Bike Life, Blog, Video,
We all know the genius of the Dutch transportation engineers that have created a people-focused transportation system beloved by bicyclists, pedestrians and car drivers. It’s not just separated bike lanes and low car speeds that make cycling safe and fun in the Netherlands, it’s the little things too. Today, I fou […] read more...
This is awesome!

This is awesome!

Posted on Aug 5th 2015 | Bike Life, Blog, Video,
Many avid cyclists take the very act of riding a bike for granted. We’re really glad to see more and more adult bike riding classes popping up around the country! […] read more...
Yolks & Spokes

Yolks & Spokes

Posted on May 19th 2015 | Bike Life, Video,
Yolks and Spokes documents breakfast culture along the Mississippi River through multimedia storytelling with an ovular lens: the egg. Dana and Sara are riding their bicycles approximately 2,000 miles, beginning at Lake Itasca in the Minnesota North Woods, through the mid-continental United States and the cultural cen […] read more...
More than Stores

More than Stores

Posted on Aug 18th 2014 | Bike Life, Blog, Video,
Golden Saddle Cyclery in LA seems to be doing things right; having fun and getting more people on bikes in Los Angeles. Our Superflash even makes a brief cameo in this clip. […] read more...
Protected Intersections

Protected Intersections

Posted on Jun 23rd 2014 | Advocacy, Bike Life, Blog, Video,
This is definitely an interesting concept for intersections. What do you think? Would you support protected intersections? Judging by the comments not everyone thinks it’s a good idea. Protected Intersections For Bicyclists from Nick Falbo on Vimeo. […] read more...
Build It. Bike It. Be a Part of It.

Build It. Bike It. Be a Part of It.

Posted on May 2nd 2014 | Advocacy, Bike Life, Blog, Video,
Yesterday was the kickoff of the 5th Annual Build It. Bike It. Be a Part of It. campaign and the beginning of National Bike Month. Throughout the month of May, Adventure Cycling Association is campaigning to raise awareness and support for the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS). With the help of supporters, they’ […] read more...

Hockey Hair All-stars

Posted on Mar 14th 2013 | Blog, Video,
It’s no secret that the midwest states take their hockey seriously and there’s none more serious than Minnesota. They live by the puck and die by the puck. If you want to be the best than you had better play the part. You see, hockey hair is an integral part of success in the sport. Enjoy! […] read more...
High School Mountain Bike Leagues

High School Mountain Bike Leagues

Posted on Mar 12th 2013 | Bike Life, Blog, Video,
It’s really exciting seeing mountain bike racing taking off at the high school level. Singletrack High is a documentary following the Northern California league. “Many kids in America stop riding bikes in high school. Riding through puddles is no longer cool. Two wheels get traded in for four. For hundreds of ki […] read more...

Cyclocross Worlds on Home Soil

Posted on Feb 6th 2013 | Bike Life, Blog, Video,
Last weekend was an historic event in the cycling world. For the first time ever, and surely the last time for many years, the UCI World Cyclocross Championships were held in the United States. Louisville assembled a top notch course and thousands of spectators filled the grounds at Eva Bandman Park. In case you mis […] read more...

Every kid needs a bike

Posted on Dec 18th 2012 | Bike Life, Blog, Video,
Our friends at the Workshop at the Oasis bike shop in Nashville recently shared with us how they’ve been working with Hands On Nashville to distribute nearly 400 bikes to kids in need. We donate to various earn a bike programs and are proud of the work these folks are doing. They put together this little video s […] read more...

Out of reach

Posted on Nov 6th 2012 | Advocacy, Better World, Blog, Video,
When you provide a bicycle to a student, healthcare worker or entrepreneur, you help reverse the cycle of poverty in rural Africa. With your help, World Bicycle Relief has provided over 115,000 specially designed, locally assembled, rugged bicycles and trained over 800 field mechanics ensuring access to maintenance […] read more...

Crusher in the Tushar

Posted on Jul 17th 2012 | Bike Life, Blog, Video,
As a bike racer, I often have a hard time describing the pain of a race that translates to satisfaction at the finish. I think this video does a pretty good job showing this. The Crusher in the Tushar is a 72 mile race in Beaver, UT with 10,000 feet of climbing. 2012 Crusher in the Tushar from Fat Cyclist on Vimeo. […] read more...

DC Bikeshare a big Money Saver

Posted on Jun 20th 2012 | Bike Life, Blog, Video,
We stumbled upon this story about how Washington DC’s Capital Bikesharing (CaBi) is saving its members a whopping $891 a year – and reducing their driving miles by five million per year. Pretty interesting stuff. Catch the full article here. […] read more...

Gravel Metric

Posted on May 9th 2012 | Bike Life, Blog, Video,
Every year North Central Cyclery in Dekalb puts on a gravel race/ride, the Gravel Metric. They release a preview video prior to the race each year as well. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t look forward to the release each spring. I didn’t think they could top last year’s video, but they just went right ahead and […] read more...

The sun rises in Milwaukee

Posted on May 4th 2012 | Advocacy, Blog, Video,
Keith Holt from Milwaukee Bicycle Works stopped by this morning to collect a bunch of refurbished Planet Bike gear for the upcoming 6th Annual Bike Blitz in the Park, a neighborhood bike fair in Milwaukee’s Washington Park where people can get minor repairs done and even a whole new bike. We gave him a bun […] read more...