New Products That We Kinda Like A Lot Part 2

Part 2 of our look at some of the new and cool gear in the shop. Norco Ithaqua 2 - Norco is a new brand to the shop but as the most popular bike brand in Canada, you may have heard of them. The Ithaqua is their carbon fatbike for people who want the lightest, … Continue reading New Products That We Kinda Like A Lot Part 2

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New Products That We Kinda Like A Lot Part 1

Every fall we get visited by sales reps from a variety of companies in the cycling industry. Sometimes there isn't much new to see and things are kind of business as usual. Other times they have new and exciting products that make us rethink or reorganize entire product categories, or create new ones! As fall … Continue reading New Products That We Kinda Like A Lot Part 1

Bike Commuting Tips Part I

With the Emmet County Smart Commute just a few weeks away we thought it would be great to share some of our thoughts and tips about commuting by bike. Our staff has several year-round bike commuters and all of us ride to work regularly in the summer. If you would like to change your commute … Continue reading Bike Commuting Tips Part I

The Giro Privateer R: A Long-Term Love Affair

Through 7 months of use, the Privateer R from Giro has not let me down. With its stiff nylon outsole, grippy rubber lugs, and very comfortable upper, my experience with the shoe has been very enjoyable. Fit: Fit varies from rider to rider, but for me these shoes took some time to break in I’d … Continue reading The Giro Privateer R: A Long-Term Love Affair

The Joy of Women’s Cycling Skills Clinics

By Karen Wright When asked to do a blog about women's bike clinics I was happy to oblige.  A big part of the women's clinics are the support and camaraderie that women share with each other.  There is nothing more empowering then a group of women working together to learn and support other women in the … Continue reading The Joy of Women’s Cycling Skills Clinics

Behold The Wednesday

By Greg Fuller Since Surly Bikes released the Pugsley back in 2010, the term “Fatbike” (a bike with 4+ inch wide tires) has entered into the lexicon of many bike enthusiasts. Much has been made of their utility as winter bikes, capable of rolling through the white stuff like no bike had before. The Pugsley … Continue reading Behold The Wednesday