The Bike Blog
Michigan is home to an expansive variety of wooded trails and lively city paths to explore throughout the year, however fall in Michigan has an almost magical ambiance - and one of the best ways to experience it is to bike it.
Whether you’re an avid podcast listener, or just beginning to dip your toe in the water - there is a plethora of cycling related podcasts that you need to check out!
Like every manufacturer in the US, we’ve felt the uncomfortable presence and strain of operating during a worldwide pandemic.
The benefits of adding biking into your health routine are as endless as there are roads, trails, city streets and country lanes to bike on.
All cities have their unique selling points. From climate and landscape, to culture and history, each city offers something different to its visitors and inhabitants. For the urban rider, the unique selling point of a city may be its bike-ability.
Whether you are looking for a mountainous trail with open blue sky, or want to witness the sunset at the end of an open road, one of these bike trails in the U.S. will be the perfect destination for your next adventure on two wheels.
As warmer days continue to creep into the forecast, there’s no time like the present to explore some of the most exciting bike paths with your two-wheeled friend in one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the U.S., Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Here is a list of four indoor bike trainers to help you maintain that outdoor riding experience from the comfort of your home without spending a fortune on a Peloton.
Welcome Spring and a new quarantine routine with an outdoor adventure on one of these bike paths in and around Detroit. Take advantage of everything the great outdoors has to offer for both our physical and mental health.
As the Midwest becomes increasingly bike-friendly, bike shops are finding their place amongst like-minded communities in the region. Here are the best bike shops in the Midwest.
Before you saddle up for your daily commute, ensure you have the most enjoyable ride on two wheels by considering these five tips when choosing the best commuter bike for you.
While comfort is often based on personal preference, here's what to look for when searching for the best bikes for casual riding.