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I greatly appreciate the Crosstrail’s ability to cruise back and forth to work on pavement while also tackling dirt trails, even light-duty singletrack, without breaking a sweat.
Over the years, we’ve tested quite a few rechargeable headlights, but comparatively few rechargeable taillights. Here's a primer.
As an out-the-door commuting package, it’s hard to argue with the value presented by the Gotham. There’s a lot of utility here for the asking price.
For many, the Space Horse's versatility will be the main appeal. You can run it singlespeed or geared, with the option to mount up full coverage fenders as well as front and rear racks.
We break down just what you'll need to think about when planning for a bike touring trip.
Electra’s Amsterdam line represents the company’s take on the iconic Dutch city bike. The modus operandi of the Dutch bike is to provide comfort and utility with minimal fuss.
This city bike comes equipped with all the features you need, including full coverage fenders, a generator powered headlight and battery powered tail light, as well as a nice burly rear rack to haul your goods.
Balance bikes date back to the very beginning of two-wheeled travel, so it's only fitting that it's a perfect place for kids to start.
I was more than a little uncertain about how Electra’s Flat Foot Technology (FFT) would work for an experienced rider. As is often the case with my reactionary, knee jerk assessments, I’ve found my initial worry to be unfounded.
The Patterson is a two-speed crankset and bottom bracket unit that is entirely self-contained.
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