4th of july by bicycle

Using two wheels to get around both NYC and San Francisco is definitely the way to go this holiday weekend. Coast to coast, we’ve got you covered. 

SF Pride, Pride Rolling on Two Wheels

This weekend in San Francisco is all about gay pride! I mean, let’s face it, San Francisco boasts some pretty awesome gay pride every day, but this weekend we crank it up a notch or two. Whether you’ve flown in for the weekend to experience the best Gay Pride Parade in the world, or you’re a local heading out to check out the festivities, the best way to get around the city this weekend is by bicycle. And the good news is that it’s not just the “Dykes on Bikes” who get to have all the fun

Family Bike Ride

As summer approaches and you start to look at the long months ahead with no school for the kids, your first reaction may be panic! Keeping children occupied, interested and active during the summer months is a priority for all parents, but this can be a big challenge in New York City. Until now!

safety first

We all have heard how “dangerous” it is to ride a bike in the city, right? From your grandmother to your neighbor to the guy who trims your beard, everyone feels the need to remind you that you take your life into (or out of) your own hands every time you roll your bike out your front door. Obviously these people care a lot about you, so go ahead and do them a favor and follow these quick tips to make sure you stay safe for them!

The Embarcadero in San Francisco

Spring Break has officially arrived in San Francisco this week. Whether you’re here with your family or a group of college friends, we have created a list of top places to visit while you’re here. There is no better way to get around the area than via bicycle, so we’ll focus our list on attractions and sites that are best seen via two wheels!