Getting to know a city’s neighborhoods by bike is the best. Commuting speed lets you see places you might not through a windshield, and finding new stops is just as fun as the ride. If you’re going to spend a lot of time on city streets with your best two-wheeled friend, it should be comfy and not distracting or hard to ride. This issue of Call Up will have you set up for success on two wheels.
-Jake, Quality Wheels
Exploring the Industry
Winter can be hard for commuting cyclists. It’s depressing to think about riding a stationary bike in the basement or going to the gym to keep those endorphins pumping and strong legs going.
Tech Tips & Info
Scandinavians say, “There is no bad weather, only bad clothing.” Thanks to materials both time-tested and cutting edge, cyclists nowadays have access to a vast array of layers to shield them from the elements, and stay on their bikes year-round.
As businesses look for ways to lower healthcare costs and boost productivity, encouraging and incentivizing bicycle commuting can be a great solution.