Read this quick and dirty list of do’s and don’ts for sharing the bicycling love.
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Statistics show that the average American commute is 15 miles one-way—an intimidating riding distance for many. If you have a long commute and are curious about making it by bike, our friend Ryan has some fun, lighthearted advice based on his 44-mile bike commute.
Last spring we surveyed members of PeopleForBikes.org, and 73% of you said you don’t ride as often as you like. With all the obligations out there, sometimes it can be hard to make time for a bike ride—even when you know it would be good for you. If you aren’t riding as much as you would like to, here are some tips on how to ride more.
In the final post of this series on taking care of your bike, pro mechanic Daimeon Shanks lays out an ideal bike maintenance schedule.
Pro bike mechanic, local bike shop owner, and friend of PeopleForBikes.org Daimeon Shanks helps you take care of your bike with a four-part series on bike mechanics and maintenance. In his third post, Daimeon provides tips on how to choose and work with a bike shop.