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Laws Regarding Bike Racks on Cars

Laws Regarding Bike Racks on Cars

While many people think of bikes as something that is used in lieu of driving a car, the reality is that most cyclists are not just taking their bike around town; their bikes also come with them when they travel any distances. For example, if you’re looking at doing some […]

How Much Does a Bike Mechanic Make?

How Much Does a Bike Mechanic Make?

So you’ve been to your local bicycle store and you’re impressed with how quickly they can fix your bike. You’re also often wowed by the wealth of knowledge your bike mechanic possesses. If you love bikes as much as the rest of us, you may have even thought of becoming […]

Is It Illegal to Ride a Bike With No Hands?

Is It Illegal to Ride a Bike With No Hands?

Riding a bike without the use of your hands is often considered to be one of the most basic ‘trick riding’ stunts that riders can pull. Children start doing it as early as possible (much to the horror or pride of their parents), and many adult cyclists do it as […]

The Spin Class: Can it Help Your Cycling?

The Spin Class: Can it Help Your Cycling?

If you’re a cyclist currently on hiatus because of the snow or cold weather, or maybe recovering from an injury, it’s great to know that there are other activities you can do to keep you cycling legs in good biking shape. What activities? Have you considered attending Spin classes? There […]

Are Foldable Bike Helmets Safe?

Are Foldable Bike Helmets Safe?

One of the issues which many cyclists contend with is the use of a bike helmet while riding. We all know that the use of helmets greatly increases your chances of surviving a crash; however, they can be bulky, uncomfortable and don’t forget about the helmet hair! Furthermore, in the […]

What Side of the Road do Bicycles Ride On?

What Side of the Road do Bicycles Ride On?

There is often some confusion around where cyclists are allowed to ride, and in this case, it’s not so much which part of the road, but which side. The reason for this is because cyclists and pedestrians are supposed to be opposite one another, which may not seem intuitive, but […]