Win a Two Wheel Gear pannier and garment bag.
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Enter to win an Titanium bike lock from Altor Locks
Fall is here and for those of us living in seasons... winter is coming. Stay warm and dry and enter to win a pair of Stormbreaker Pogies and a pair of Mosier Pogies from Portland Pogies.
Our annual reader survey offers you the chance to win a Tern Link C8.
Be one of the first to get your hands on a pre-release Swift Industries Wax Canvas Sugarloaf Basket Bag and a Wald 137 Basket! This bag features a limited edition wax canvas model which will only be available while supplies last!
Ride in style with a Bicycle Times lycra kit and new lightbulb t-shirt.
Win a Showers Pass Transit Waterproof Backpack
Feedback Sports has partnered with us to offer one lucky winner a Ride Prep Tool Kit.
Tandem NY designs a solution for cycling in a skirt.
Kids bikes often come from big box stores and are of poor quality. Islabikes believes that kids deserve just a nice a bike as grownups, and the Beinn 26 packs kid-friendly features with adult-sized quality.
Making the transition to a car-free or car-light household can be daunting. I experienced something to this effect a few months ago when my family of four went from two cars to one.
This round of Button Up & Bike is focused on a small group of go-to items that make a big difference in cold conditions. The prevailing characteristics? Warm, water repellent, and wind resistant.
The thought of getting on your bike on the coldest, darkest days may be intimidating and the gear seems expensive. We set the record straight.
Do you have a bike that's a little too big for you? Would you like to ride in a more upright position on that big bike? The 55cm wide Nitto Bosco bars from Rivendell Bicycle Works might just be the ticket.
Chilly days are here and it's time to start thinking about suitable attire for a new season. The following finds have helped carry us through autumn in comfort and style.
If you live anywhere near the northeast, this event should be on your must-do list. Here's a little taste of what we saw at the fifth annual Philly Bike Expo.
As a lady in the bicycle industry, I’m frequently asked, "where are the women’s specific cycling pants?" Here are three pairs of women’s pants that I’ve been using on and off the bike this spring that I think are pretty awesome.
Combine two key outdoor industry organizers, mix in the growing purchasing power of women and you get The Women’s Story, a cycling and outdoor media event, with a splash of fashion. I headed out to New Jersey to see what was new in the world of women’s outdoors gear.
Throughout the day attendees from multiple media backgrounds had the opportunity to experience and learn about different outdoor activities: yoga, hiking, biking, stand-up paddleboarding and fly fishing to name a few.
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Riding with the kids at our 2013 CycloFemme ride.
No matter what type of bike you ride, or how often or far you ride, CycloFemme is a day for all women cyclists. It is also a day for anyone who supports women on bikes to join the rides as well. The goal is to create a unified voice for women’s cycling by building a tribe of riders who recognize the need to empower one another and build a supportive community.
Learn more about Cyclofemme here.
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