We review all of Phil Gaimon’s “11 Rules for Cycling” and reveal our thoughts on the relevancy of these new rules. We cover the increasing popularity of electric bikes, and our record-length post-show delves into the mechanics behind our recording setup and the similarities between audiophiles and bicyclists.
We return for another episode covering the latest cycling news and events coming across the wire. We touch on our thoughts about negative reviews, and then move into our topics for the episode including the viral Mountain of Hell video, the new Lubri Disc, the Rungu three-wheeled bike (not a trike) and the latest discovery on purchasing helmets online.
We discuss how cyclists are not the problem with electric scooter share acceptance, how we push against helmet apathy, and how millennials relationship with cars is vastly different than older generations.
We review our experience as an exhibitor at cycling convention Interbike, we also discuss the first fatal e-scooter share accident just as more people are riding them, Uber CEO invests in bike friendly infrastructure, and how social media is making the outdoors ‘more dangerous’.
Dozens of Lime Bikes scrapped in AZ, reviewing the latest study on MIPS in bike helmets, how anti-cyclists use the Environmental Quality Act against cyclists, our choices for favorite helmets of 2018, and all our current cycling summer soundtracks.
The Urban series of bike helmets by ABUS are designed to appeal to people who see their bike helmet as an accessory and use their bike every day to get around. ABUS, the world leader in security and protection, incorporated a clean design, utilized high-quality materials and placed a premium on safety with this line of helmets.