When Spring arrives and the heady scent of thawing earth and emerging blooms is in the air, the lure of a bicycle ride is overwhelming. Best to make sure you and your bike are ready for the enjoyable hours of riding to come. Human bodies and bicycle bodies aren’t really all that different when […]

2012 Wild Goose Chase

Hosted by Terry Bicycles and GORE BIKE WEAR™ Join us on October 14th for a fundraising ride around Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. It’s a spectacular way to enjoy fall cycling while contributing to a great cause! There are events going on all weekend, so come to Cambridge and be […]

Georgena Terry, the video

In the early days of Terry, I can remember spending hours with a photographer who wanted an edgy photo of me surrounded by bicycle wheels. I have so little patience for sitting, smiling, raising my chin a bit, turning my head this way then that way and waiting for lighting and backgrounds to be adjusted. […]

RIF :: The Best Bike Shop for Women

Our most recent winner is Lori Scheel, who nominated Bicycles Plus in Folsom, California: “Why do I love Bicycles Plus in Folsom? Because they treat me like I am the most important customer they have, every time I walk through their doors. They happily change my flats, fix my gearing issues, and address my fit […]

Ride2Recovery is Our October RIF Winner

Verna Bell submitted the story of her daughter, Sara, who volunteers for Ride2Recovery. We couldn’t think of a more deserving cause and we’re thrilled to present a Symmetry bicycle to Verna and a Susan B. bicycle to Ride2Recovery. Here’s Verna’s entry: Ride2Recovery is a not-for-profit organization that promotes rehab for those heroes who have been […]

Chip Seal: A Sign of Summer

No matter what you call it, “chip seal”, “oil and stone”, “tar and feather” or “aargh, not my favorite road”, it affects all cyclists. When faced with a freshly chip sealed road, I try to be as pragmatic as possible. The more I know about chip seal, the more I’ll appreciate it.  Maybe.  I’m sharing […]