• Gravel riding the Dalles Mountain 60

    Last weekend, we joined about two hundred other gravel-riding enthusiasts for the annual Dalles Mountain 60, a spectacular loop which takes you 2,300 feet up Dalles Mountain and back through rolling fields studded with windmills. View Post
  • Instead of a standard road-bike club format, Garrison said her Black Girls Do Bike chapters decide themselves how to organize rides and what kind of ride they'll do. One thing that all of the chapters do is have one monthly no-drop, 'no woman left behind' casual ride so that new riders can meet others in a non-stressful atmosphere. View Post
  • We let some pretty tough critics - kids! - test out a fresh batch of Nutcase Little Nutty and Baby Nutty helmets while riding their Strider bikes. Here's what their parents said about the helmets. View Post
  • In addition to the improved health, Greg was feeling invigorated by the increased freedom of movement and sociability that biking gave him, and he just kept adding more biking to his life. Now 43, Greg and his wife Beth live car-free and have 7 bikes between them. View Post
  • There are a million reasons why we can’t always bike to work. Commute’s too long, weather’s too yucky, errands are too many, duties are overwhelmingly sucky. But, there are also a few good reasons to bike to work this week, or next week, or some week soon! Research from Stanford University’s Calming Technology Lab and Spire (at FastCo.Exist) shows… View Post
  • For many years as she became a working person – a documentary filmmaker and instructor – and a mom, Jenn did not bike regularly. Six years ago, she got divorced, and on the first weekend when her two boys were with their dad, she pulled a bike out and went for a ride. View Post
  • May is National Bike Month. It's almost May and while we think biking can be for all seasons, it's the start of fair weather bike fun. View Post