8 Bikes for Spring 2019 That Put the "Cruise" in Cruisers

Posted by Bike Attack on Apr 4th 2019

Spring 2019 is the time to head outside and enjoy superblooms, longer days, and gorgeous, temperate weather. Is there a more picturesque way to appreciate Spring than cruising outside on a cruiser?    Bianchi: Venezia Dama  For the Venezia Dama, Bianchi dug out the old 1950s design plans from their Milano. A classic steel tube set make up the foundation of the new Venezia. Its color matched fenders and chainguard, simple 3-speed internally geared hub, and styling pays homage to the artistic city of Venice. Simple, elegant, classical.     & …
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If You Like Indoor Cycling, You'll LOVE Outdoor Cycling.

Posted by Bike Attack on Mar 22nd 2019

Almost everyone in a metropolitan area of the United States has heard of spin classes. For those who haven't, it's an exercise class that has indoor stationary bikes, usually led by a "spinstructor" or spin instructor. These classes are all the rage for people looking to burn off calories and extra weight. They're intense, they're intimidating and they're inside.     The Flywheel is a LIEOne of the reasons many people opt for spin cycling is because they want to burn the calories as quickly and efficiently as possible. Most indoor bikes have what's called a "flywheel". …
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Tips for Buying A New E-Bike

Posted by Guest on Mar 18th 2019

Tips for Buying A New E-BikeYou are finally taking the leap and are opting to buy an e-bike. You like the idea of getting outdoors and getting exercise, but you also want to do so without the added stress on your joints and muscles. It’s a great idea. However, there are several things to consider when making any purchase. Here are some tips for buying your new e-bike.What are Your Needs? Consider where you live and how you plan on using your e-bike. Are there a lot of hills in your neighborhood? Do you plan on traveling long distances? These are important questions as you will want to buy a bi …
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Today Celebrate Women. Celebrate Cycling. Badass.

Posted by Bike Attack on Mar 8th 2019

Today is International Women's Day. We're celebrating females bossing it up in the cycling world. Here are a few noteworthy women both current and historical handling their business and their bikes. Hell yeah.      Modern Women:Female Cyclist Forced to Wait After Catching Up to Men's Race27-year old cyclist Nicole Hanselmann had a 2 minute lead when she was forced to take a 5 minute pause by race officials because she had caught up to the men's race. 18 miles into the 75 mile Omloop Het Nieuwsblad race in Belgium on Saturday, March 2nd, Hanselmann was forced by …
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5 Cycling Hacks to Make Your Ride More Comfortable

Posted by Bike Attack on Feb 21st 2019

These hacks will make your ride better and more enjoyable, and most of them meant to save you money!!     Duct TapeWe've all been there "Ack! I wish i had some duct tape on me!" Imagine how wonderful it would feel to be able to produce a strip of duct tape when you need it out on a ride. No, we're not going to tell you to bring a whole roll of it with you. Wrap a strip around your seat post and you're all set for a quick fix on the road. Duct tape is not just for your bike. You can use it to temporarily waterproof a torn shoe (to a certain extent), or for any of t …
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