May is National Bike Month! Follow Bikabout's blog and Instagram (#31GatewayDrugs), as we post 1 photo for 31 days to get your butt on a bike.
It’s no wonder the Amgen Tour of California has become the nation’s most prestigious and watched annual cycling competition. Undoubtedly, watching the cyclists ride through California will make many long to visit. So, which of the 12 bike-friendly destinations should you make your pit spot? If wine tasting is your thing you’ll have to decide who has the better wine—Santa Barbara, Lodi or Santa Rosa?
Bundle Up and Ride Year 'Round on These Bike Shares
Many cities who operate bike sharing programs pack up their kiosks for the winter months, rather than operate through potential snow and ice. Some cities, however, have decided to keep their bike share systems open and running during the winter months, which means that visitors coming in for the holidays have an easy option for getting around town.
Santa Rampage, Xmas Trees on Bikes, Shopping and more!
The holidays are a great time for festivities on two wheels, it turns out. We know of plenty here in our back yard in New England, but our friends across North America have turned us on to plenty of other bike-themed happenings in their cities, too. We've collected many of them below for you, and we hope that your 2015 holiday season is a happy, healthy, and bikey one.
Would-be family who bike sometimes face daunting challenges. The usual setup is a couple who have biked before, who have recently had a kid or two, and who are interested in getting their kid(s) around town by bike. They've got a pair of bikes they bought 7 years ago, which have no fenders or racks, much less a place to put a kid. And they've seen others biking kids around on literally dozens of different combinations of equipment. This leads to common questions...