There are many different types of handlebars to fit a variety of different types of bicycles and riding styles. Each bar is designed for a specific purpose and can be made out of a variety of materials depending on desired weight, performance, and shape. Different types of handlebars are made for the most popular styles of bikes and within these styles, there are endless variations. Bars are most commonly classified into the categories of: Road, Mountain, Triathlon, and General Use.
How does a man move and shape a culture? Our love of storytelling compelled us to find out, so we dug into the story of the Almanzo 100 gravel road race–the…
Hurricane Sandy Transportation Relief
www.bikemanforu.com/ BikemanforU, SonofA, and BMX Boy brought tools and repair stands to help build 100 new bicycles to help Hurricane Sandy victims i...
5 Tips: Commuting by Bicycle
If you've been considering riding your bicycle to work (or to school), you may be intimidated, even if you're an experienced recreational ri...
Tips To Share The Road With Bicycles
Hit by a car while riding your bicycle? Call the Houston Bicycle Accident Lawyers at Adame Garza for a free consultation to discuss your case.
Tip for Teaching Bicycling / Learning to Bicycle Ride
A Guide to Bicycle Helmets
Just the mention of the word helmet can start a spirited debate even among fellow cyclists. Some think you’re a fool to ever ride without one. Some think the requirement to wear a helmet creates a culture of victim blaming in accidents. Someone gets run over and your hear “well he wasn’t wearing a helmet.” …
Bicycling Adventure Guide
Buyer's Guide To Bicycle Tires
This is a buyer's guide about the choices involved in purchasing tires. It tells why good tires are so important and gives an overview of common features and benefits and guidelines to buying new ones
Bicycle Buyer’s Guide
We’ve put together this guide to help you find the bike that best fits your riding goals. Learn more about bike styles here.
The Bicycle Storage Guide
Our latest guide is full of advice and inspiration for indoor, outdoor, small-space, garage, and DIY bicycle storage ideas.
How to Clean and Lube a Bicycle Chain
Learn how to clean and lubricate a bicycle chain quickly and thoroughly.
What Happens to Stolen Bicycles?
Put simply, why the heck do so many bicycles get stolen?
How To Repair a Bicycle Chain
This is a quick tutorial on repairing bike chains. The bike that I am doing the repair on looks kind of beat up because it has traveled alot of distance and ...
How bicycle lanes are evolving around the world
Traditional bike lanes running alongside vehicle traffic are being replaced in favor of “protected” lanes or “cycletracks,” where physical barriers separate cyclists from cars.
Ten Fun Bicycle Date Ideas
Because there's only so many dinners and drinks you can go for: Fun bicycle date ideas to put a new spin on romance.
How bicycling will save the economy (if we let it)
By Elly Blue on Mar 1, 2011 This is the first column in a series focusing on the economics of bicycling Imagine getting a $3,000 to $12,000 tax rebate this year. Now imagine it coming again and again. Every year it grows by around a thousand dollars. Imagine how this would change your daily life. Sounds like a teabagger’s wet dream, but it’s actually a conservative estimate of how much you’d save by ditching your car, or even just one of your cars…
Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia
Everyone has a role to play in making our streets safer, and at the Bicycle Coalition we feel we have a unique opportunity to both inform all road users of the laws of the road—and to make sure we’re representing bicyclists in this effort. That’s why we just rolled out the Coalition’s “Bike Nice” campaign. …
Ask Bicycling: How Much Chain Lube Is Enough?
Hit the sweet spot by using these two methods of lubing your bike's chain
How to be Bicycle Travel Friendly
Whether you’re a business owner, advocate, community member, or agency official, you can take steps to welcome and accommodate bicycle travelers visiting your community.