Over the past few years, fat biking has become increasingly popular, but the number of women’s specific fat bikes can still be counted on a few fingers. That’s not necessarily a problem when manufacturers are offering small frame sizes in their gender-neutral fat bikes, but there really aren’t that many of those either! No worries.
There are few things that can get me down as quickly as being stuck indoors all winter. Are you the same way? If you prefer sunshine to LED bulbs in the spinning studio, consider a fat bike. And it doesn’t have to be an expensive one. The Framed Minnesota 1.0 is an excellent entry-level fat
Who doesn’t need a new bike?! (Always n+1, right?!). And cyclocross bikes are some of the most capable, do-it-all bikes around. Whether you want to race cyclocross, ride gravel, join a dirt fondo, or just commute in style, a ‘cross bike can help you do it. We’ve picked out 7 of our favorite cyclocross bikes
You’re ready to buy a bike, but intimidated by all the numbers and specs? One of the first steps is knowing which size bike you need. There are a couple of different ways women’s bikes are measured and sized, and we’re going to walk you through all of it. And there’s no need to feel
Bicycle commuting is the embodiment of everything we love about cycling. It is environmentally responsible, provides good exercise, boosts your mood, is affordable, and reduces congestion. Unfortunately, there are far fewer female cyclists than there are men. There are many reasons for this–risk tolerance, child-care, etc. Another reason is that women are often marginalized in