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A lot of people immediately associate Norco with gravity and mountain bikes, but the Canadian brand actually has many bikes designed specifically for commuting and street use.
Food, hydration, and the means to fix a flat will only add to your cycling enjoyment, so be prepared. Here are a few products to keep you pedaling through the warm weather and beyond.
Through rain, snow, wind, sunshine, and the dark of night, our staff commuted by bike to and from the office 594 days, equaling 10,762 miles, in 2012.
The small details of this versatile bike add up to many options for all weather commuting, light-duty touring, or even a cyclocross outing
CST’s Crucible tire is part of its city/commuter line. It has all the features I desire in a tire that will be used for thousands of miles in an urban environment.
The frame and carbon fork do a nice job of providing feedback and deliver a livelier feel than carbon fiber and a softer ride than aluminum. Yet, it’s stiff in the right places and efficient at transferring power.
Depending on the set-up, the UNO can be used as a full-fledged commuter, ‘cross racer, or urban fixie with all the hip stuff that goes along with it.
Before becoming a mountain bike legend, Joe Breeze raced road bikes successfully and the Venturi is a nod to his past and 35 years of inspiration.
I’ve been known to pull out a slice of pizza, peanut butter and honey sandwich, fruit, or roll up to a street vendor for a hot sausage sandwich during rides. Here's some of my favorite snacks.
The numbers for total mileage and days commuted by bike to the Bicycle Times office have been calculated, and per her normal dominance Karen Brooks takes home the prize
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