We have said many times before that bikes occupy a strange space in the transportation world. As far as basic road laws are concerned, they are generally treated as vehicles with the same rights and responsibilities; however, there are many exceptions to this because it wouldn’t be practical to expect […]
What Is a Cargo Bike?
Not everyone is a bike expert. Some people can tell the difference between a dual-suspension and a hardtail or a road bike and a hybrid, while others are just getting back on two wheels for the first time in a decade and may be surprised to learn that bikes, along […]
Is Cycling Bad for the Knees?
For enthusiasts of cycling, one of the first major benefits that are trotted out is the fact that it is a low-impact sport. This means that it’s one of the ways to exercise where you are less likely to hurt yourself (barring accident) and it’s often seen as a great […]
Can You Add Links to A Bicycle Chain?
Your bicycle chain broke. All you need is a new link or two and it will be as good as new. Or maybe you were replacing the entire bike chain and made it too short. You might be wondering if there is a way you can add links to your […]
Do Cyclists Have to Stop at Traffic Lights?
In short: it depends. Some states do allow cyclists to treat traffic lights as stop signs and stop signs as yields, meaning that they can ride through both if it is safe to do so. Other states treat bikes as cars and so cyclists must stop at traffic lights. Why […]
Bike Storage: A Comprehensive Guide
While you decide on your next perfect bike and how best to pay for it, you should also be considering the best way of how you are going to store it. This may not be a step that has occurred you; after all, the exciting part really is choosing the […]