Does your daily commute wear you down? Here's 5 tips to help your commute go by a bit smoother.
#1 Preparation is Key
Be well prepared for your commute by organizing in advance. We recommend laying things out the night before so that you don’t have to rush around in the morning and can enjoy your cup of joe and kiss the kiddos off to school. ID – Check, wallet – Check, Nutcase helmet – Check. And don’t forget to check the weather just in case you need to pack your rain jacket. One of the things we’ve recently added to the morning commute is a backup battery should you forget to plug your smartphone in the night before. Here is one that the Nutcase staff thinks is pretty rad.View Post
In addition to the improved health, Greg was feeling invigorated by the increased freedom of movement and sociability that biking gave him, and he just kept adding more biking to his life. Now 43, Greg and his wife Beth live car-free and have 7 bikes between them. View Post
Bicycle Habitat was founded in New York City in 1978. Through all these years, their mission has remained the same: More people on bikes, more often. They believe all of us on bikes is better for our health, for the city, for the environment – and for quality of life. Owner Charlie McCorkell is a founding… View Post
joe commuter Bringing you tips on bike commuting from one dedicated rider in Portland. Photo by Danny Lyon via the U.S. National Archives Bike commuting style Of course looks matter. The bicycle you ride tells the world a little bit about what kind of person you are. But if you are going to ride that bike… View Post