Bringing a bike on your next trip is a great way to explore a destination in a new way
According to a recent study, nearly 85 million Americans ride a bike at least occasionally. That’s good news considering cycling is a great form of exercise, not to mention a ton of fun.
It's been a long winter, but now hopefully it looks like spring is right around the corner. Which means it's the time when cyclists come out of hibernation, or scrape the salt off their winter bikes, and look forward to warmer rides ahead. But before you let your excitement get the best of you and go full bore into warm weather cycling, it's important to remember some key things that can help you prevent injury, get your bike in tip top shape, and ensure you enjoy the ride for the rest of the year to come.
Traveling with your bike is easier than ever before. Whether by car, train, bus or the friendly skies, your bike can come along for the ride.
With a little know-how and the right tools you’ll be ready for just about any problem that comes your way while cycling. Here are some tips and tricks to assure you never finish a ride by walking your bike back to the garage or local bike shop.