When the fear of going into the Costco veggie dept is greater than pedaling your ELF in the SoCal traffic and rain to get there, you know it’s really cold inside that giant fridge.
It's 6pm we've worked all day. The car is packed and we're ready to go. Go where you say? Sacramento to repair an ELF trike for a 94 year old man. It does seem like a long ways to go, 536 miles to be exact just to fix a bike but he needs help. It's… Continue reading It’s a bike repair Road Trip
It's Bike Travel Weekend June 1-3 2018. Where are you pedaling to? Bike Travel Weekend
The new fad that’s taken over some cities is the “Dockless Bike.” Are they a good idea or a bad idea? Only time will really tell. At first glance you’d think wow, I can just pick up a bike anywhere and ride it for a bargain price and then leave it anywhere. That’s a pretty… Continue reading Dockless Bikes – safe or will someone get hurt?
Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Sedentary middle-aged adults who start intense exercise training may be able to prevent or reduce cardiac stiffness that can lead to heart failure, a small experiment suggests. For the experiment, researchers randomly assigned 61 sedentary adults who were 54 years old, on average, to join a two-year exercise program or… Continue reading Even middle-aged couch potatoes can help their heart with exercise
One of the goals of Anyone Can Bike is to offer free, use of our bikes for group rides. We want anyone who wants to try to ride a bike, be able to ride a bike. With the development of eBikes and now eTrikes it can happen. I like riding a two wheeled bike, but… Continue reading Just Waiting….
Via Tadpole Rider Anyone who has been following this blog knows I had a BionX hub motor system installed on my trike and that I experienced various problems with it that BionX never got resolved to my satisfaction. Consequently I requested a full refund and got it. Dispite the problems I experienced I really liked… Continue reading ELECTRIC HUB MOTOR SYSTEM … ROUND TWO
Here's what I know so far. I just saw one without the Shell in a bike shop in San Diego. It looks really sturdy and beefy Sits upright like a bike. I personally like the recumbent style better but since I haven't pedaled a Pedalist yet, so I won't judge it. I almost forgot it… Continue reading The Pedalist