Gear that “made the ride” while on the bike vacation of a lifetime. The epic sights were without question the best part of the ride – but coming in at a close second? My shorts. The Bella Prima Bib Shorts were a ride saver. The Flex Air chamois provides padding in all the right places while the soft […]
2016 LTD 🇫🇷 TOUR COLLECTION.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: TERRY UNVEILS AN INSPIRED TOUR COLLECTION FOR SUMMER 2016. This limited edition collection is dedicated to the Tour de France and designed with performance in mind by the Original Women’s Bicycling Company. Integrating sleeveless and sun protective jerseys, printed shorts and matching gloves, these kits are podium-worthy and ready to ride. On […]
WE’RE BIKING IN THE RAIN.
Whether it is rain or shine – great gear will always make the ride. This wet weather gear guide has a few quick tips and tricks to keep you singing, and pedaling, in the rain. For the Covert Commuter The Slight Shirt Dress by NAU: Wind- and water-resistant dress made out of a technically recycled polyester fabric, […]
SHOP LOCAL: GUS’ BIKE SHOP.
Jeff and Leslie Latimer own Gus’ Bike Shop in North Hampton, NH. We caught up with Leslie at a recent event for “Gus’ Gals” at their shop and asked her a few questions. Tell us a bit about Gus’ Bike Shop: “When my husband and I bought the shop there was no bike shop in New […]
MALOJA – RIDING IN THE MOMENT.
A new way to enjoy the ride. Maloja is a brand built on the irresistible urge to seek adventure, follow your curiosity and stand out in the crowd. Their women’s cycling apparel is inspired and refreshing in a way we didn’t even know we needed. The piece that captured our attention and exceeds all expectation is the […]
MPG – FASHION FUSION.
Putting a new spin on cycling. MPG is driven to design cycling apparel that seamlessly blends fashion and performance. This devotion to detail leads to richly composed pieces with a technical edge. We’ve selected pieces from this season’s collection that not only make them wearable pieces of art, but integrate features like mesh ventilation, reflective zippers, […]
YOUR PERFECT PAIR.
Enter the world of women-specific cycling shoes. When considering cycling gear, few components are more important than the choice of footwear, but with all of the different riding types, compatible cleats/petals and price points, it can be mind boggling to find your perfect match. One way to pare down the selection is to shop for women-specific […]
WINTER GEAR GUIDE.
What to wear and when to wear it. One thing that you will hear often in life, and more often in the world of cycling, bodies are different. This is especially true when discussing winter weather gear because everyone has different comfort levels when it comes to freezing temperatures. These recommendations are coming from my experience, commuting […]
It’s that glorious time of year again when the days get cooler and beverages get warmer. Whether or not the lack of light is your cup of tea, we can hopefully agree on one thing – fall fashion is great. With sweaters and boots, thermal tops and fully reflective jackets this is shaping up to be […]
HEADING FOR THE HILLS.
I have always preferred the certainty of road riding to mountain- relatively well paved roads, intuitive turns with an occasional pothole or cow pie as the only obstacles to a meditative ride. However, with insane winds getting in the way of a couple of long bike days I decided to dust off Wednesday, my beloved […]
GEAR GUIDE: BIKING TO WORK
Getting geared up for Bike to work week? Don’t forget these top 10 items for your ride. From an athletic friendly work top to bike cages and lights, these gadgets will make your commute the best part of your day.
SPRING FIT CHICK PICKS.
You know what they say “March— in like a lion and out like a lamb”. So, when the spring “lamb” weather comes back, I am planning on taking these Terry with me…
We’ve chunky-monkeyed up the fun. This year’s Terry prints are joyful works of art, created by Lyn Severance, the iconic creative director who gave Ben & Jerry’s its design flavor. Lyn’s original style of illustration, hand-lettering and creative direction set the look that helped drive Ben & Jerry’s appeal. We are big on prints at […]
Spring 2012 Preview
For the love of the bike :: the new European heritage. Cycling heritage and a sense of nostalgia for the roots of the sport are being honored and reinterpreted in new and contemporary ways as more people look to the bright future of cycling. Communities around the world are taking a fresh look at […]