The Best Women’s Commuter Bikes

The Best Women's Commuter Bikes

If you’re looking for a ride to work that shrinks your carbon footprint and your rear end, picking up a commuter bike is a perfect choice. With space to hold your pocket book, briefcase or even your groceries, commuter bikes work as hard as you do. Here is a rundown of the best women’s commuter […]

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Kid’s Trailer Bikes For 2010

trailer-bike

Want to bring your child along on an extended bike ride? One easy way is to use a trailer bike — it’s a one-wheeled bike extension that attaches to the back of your bike. Your smaller companion can then assist you with pedaling, while you control the steering and speed. If  your child gets tired, […]

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Best Women’s Hybrid Bikes Under $700

2009 Jango 7.0 Small Commuter Hybrid Bike

Whether tackling steep and bumpy mountain trails or a rugged urban landscape, a hybrid bicycle offers the best in comfort and stability of any bicycle on the market today. A hybrid bike combines the agility and sturdiness of a mountain bike with the sleeker, faster design of a road bike, allowing regular commuting and fitness […]

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Women’s Comfort Bikes Under $500

Best Women's Comfort Bikes Under $500

Nothing takes you back to childhood more than hopping on a bike. Now that you’re more interested in a comfortable ride than beating your little brother to the end of the driveway, though, your old 10-speed might not cut it. Fortunately, there are a number of bikes on the market — for less than $500 […]

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Tested: 240 Lumen LED Bike Light For $20

A Cree Q5 Flashlight With Bike Mount

Important Update: After testing a second unit, I can no longer recommend this product as a bike light. The trouble is that the flashlight popped out of its container whenever I rode over a curb. The problem seems to be the weight of the flashlight. One positive note — the Cree flashlight itself proved to […]

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