Bicycle Helmets for the 2012 Season

Rubric: City bike | 14 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Bicycle Helmets for the 2012 Season

Highlights for 2012 Rounder profile “compact,” “city,” “urban” or “commuter” models are still growing in number, and almost every manufacturer has at least one in their lineup now. The list below has more than 65 models. The older elongated styles with long rear points are beginning to look dated for everyday use. We are pleased that the fashion pendulum is swinging, and most of the newer models are the much improved “compact” style, even if not fully rounded.The higher priced helmets have big vents, but no verifiable advantage in impact performance. You can pay more than $200 if you want to, but Target, Wal-Mart, Toys R Us and other ...

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FAQs | New York City Bike Share

Rubric: City bike | 13 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
FAQs | New York City Bike Share

Frequently Asked Questions What is bike share? Bike share systems provide iconic, sturdy bikes at self-service docking stations and a new easy way to get around New York. People can use the bikes by becoming long- or short-term members. For 1-day or weekly memberships, users can sign up at any station kiosk with a credit card. Annual members enroll online and receive a key that is similar in shape and size to a flash drive. The key can be swiped at any dock in the system to unlock a bike. The bikes can be returned to any station in the system, creating an efficient network with many possible points and combinations of departure and arrival. Why launch bike share in New York City? New York ...

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Electric Bike, Electric Bicycle, Power-Assisted Bicycle, Power…

Rubric: City bike | 12 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Electric Bike, Electric Bicycle, Power-Assisted Bicycle, Power…

Hello Friends! A fter being actively involved with Ebikes since the late 1990’s, I ’ve learned a few things. Please trust me when I say, the electric bicycle industry is one of the zaniest and most confusing on Earth, and I impart the following in an attempt to clarify this marketplace. This is a young and evolving technology just coming of age. The marketplace is much more mature in Europe, yet somewhat embryonic in the United States, with only a few product entries truly worthy of consideration. I attend the International Bike Show every year where I ride as many electric bicycles as I can. I always have my eyes open and ear s to the ground with my customers and fellow dealers ...

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Bicycle Helmets for the 2014 Season

Rubric: City bike | 12 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Bicycle Helmets for the 2014 Season

Highlights for 2014 Impact liners are finally evolving this year. Scott promises a helmet this spring that uses collapsible plastic modules in place of foam, but with some EPS still included in the liner. POC has a liner partially composed of a honeycomb material. There are more Conehead designs with dual density impact foam in helmet liners this year, introduced by Cannondale in their 2012 Teramo model and Kali in their 2013 Maraka . Conehead helmets have two layers of standard EPS foam. One is lower density, and should crush more easily at lower impact levels, possibly offering an advantage in avoiding concussions. Abus has shown a model with a cardboard liner section, backed by standard ...

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Electric Bike, Electric Bicycle, Power-Assisted Bicycle, Power…

Rubric: City bike | 12 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Electric Bike, Electric Bicycle, Power-Assisted Bicycle, Power…

Hello Friends! A fter being actively involved with Ebikes since the late 1990’s, I ’ve learned a few things. Please trust me when I say, the electric bicycle industry is one of the zaniest and most confusing on Earth, and I impart the following in an attempt to clarify this marketplace. This is a young and evolving technology just coming of age. The marketplace is much more mature in Europe, yet somewhat embryonic in the United States, with only a few product entries truly worthy of consideration. I attend the International Bike Show every year where I ride as many electric bicycles as I can. I always have my eyes open and ear s to the ground with my customers and fellow dealers ...

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Electric Bike, Electric Bicycle, Power-Assisted Bicycle, Power…

Rubric: City bike | 11 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Electric Bike, Electric Bicycle, Power-Assisted Bicycle, Power…

Hello Friends! A fter being actively involved with Ebikes since the late 1990’s, I ’ve learned a few things. Please trust me when I say, the electric bicycle industry is one of the zaniest and most confusing on Earth, and I impart the following in an attempt to clarify this marketplace. This is a young and evolving technology just coming of age. The marketplace is much more mature in Europe, yet somewhat embryonic in the United States, with only a few product entries truly worthy of consideration. I attend the International Bike Show every year where I ride as many electric bicycles as I can. I always have my eyes open and ear s to the ground with my customers and fellow dealers ...

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Electric Bike, Electric Bicycle, Power-Assisted Bicycle, Power…

Rubric: City bike | 11 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Electric Bike, Electric Bicycle, Power-Assisted Bicycle, Power…

Hello Friends! A fter being actively involved with Ebikes since the late 1990’s, I ’ve learned a few things. Please trust me when I say, the electric bicycle industry is one of the zaniest and most confusing on Earth, and I impart the following in an attempt to clarify this marketplace. This is a young and evolving technology just coming of age. The marketplace is much more mature in Europe, yet somewhat embryonic in the United States, with only a few product entries truly worthy of consideration. I attend the International Bike Show every year where I ride as many electric bicycles as I can. I always have my eyes open and ear s to the ground with my customers and fellow dealers ...

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Finding the best road bike for you – CSMonitor.com

Rubric: City bike | 11 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Finding the best road bike for you – CSMonitor.com

Finding the best road bike for you Want to buy a road bike? Make sure you buy a bike that meets your needs, whether you want to commute to work in the city, travel long distances, or race in a triathlon. Recent posts There are two general categories of bicycles: the road bike, which is meant to be ridden on paved roads, and the mountain bike, which is designed for trails. A good road bike is the proper vehicle for commuting, touring, exercising, and racing. Road bikes come in several flavors, too: urban/commuting, touring, sport/racing/triathlon, and recumbent. Below, we’ve detailed the types and included some current bike deals to get you started. How to Buy a Road Bike: The Basics ...

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BEST BICYCLE ROAD TIRES – Tyre Tests & Ratings

Rubric: City bike | 11 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
BEST BICYCLE ROAD TIRES – Tyre Tests & Ratings

BEST BICYCLE ROAD TIRES Continental Grand Prix 4000s 23c Road Bike Tires Planet Cyclery Bike tires are the only thing in between your bike and the ground. Bike.com has bicycle tires in all sizes, weights, and compounds to match your riding style. Planet Cyclery, your source for high performance bicycle tires and inner tubes. ($4.49 $287.99). 200 matches. Find great deals on the latest styles of Bicycle tires. Compare prices save money on Bicycle Parts Accessories. Road Bike Tires With Least Rolling Resistance | Search Results | Best Trek Bicycle: The world’s best bikes for road, mountain, or town. Register your new Trek / Registration is a quick and easy way to protect your new-bike ...

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Best bike shops in New York City

Rubric: City bike | 11 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Best bike shops in New York City

Best bike shops in New York City From high-end racers to ladylike cruisers, we’ve tracked down the spots to score bikes of all styles (and prices). Adeline Adeline You’ll have to tie a scarf around your neck or hold a bouquet under your arm to feel at home on one of the lovely specimens stocked by this bicycle boutique. Case in point: the elegant commuter bikes by British brand Pashley ($995–$1,750), handmade in Shakespeare’s hometown of Stratford-upon-Avon for added poetic appeal (as if the swooping lines of the frames and baskets weren’t enough). Linus bikes are ideal for beginners, comparatively inexpensive with sturdy frames in bold colors like brick red and navy ...

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