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The biggest motivation for our Pre-Loved program is to see that everyone has an opportunity to own a Bike Friday.
It might sound a little far-fetched in these cynical days of focus on the bottom line, but really, at the end of the day, we just want to see people on bikes: American bikes Made in the USA.
With that said, we ran across this most interesting manner in which one can obtain a Bike Friday tikit.
Best of all, it’s free!
You might wonder why we’d be promoting someone giving away a Bike Friday when we could just as easily sell you one.
But it pains us to think there is a Bike Friday out there in need of a wonderful owner who can use its versatility to change his or her life, just as this one did for the previous owner [sorry, you’ll have to read the blog to learn how it did that).
So here goes. Read, enter and GOOD LUCK!
Add comment May 15, 2013
Interesting story on Bike Radar about the airlines and their approach to flying with bikes that are not in a suitcase.
Add comment March 23, 2013
Here is a blog we found online, with a review of our New World Tourist.
Add comment February 9, 2013
There is an active cycling website in Singapore, togoparts.com, that offers reviews of bikes as well as other interesting tibits.
Here is a new review of a Pocket Llama Select on the website.
Add comment January 28, 2013
The Landlords in Portland have begun to understand the value of cycling infrastructure. It’s just part of the culture of Portland that is leading the way.
While you check out the article, also take a good look at the organization presenting this blog, PeopleforBikes.org.
It’s one of the organizations out there that can help you make a difference in the world.
Add comment January 9, 2013
In what is sure to become as famous [infamous?] as golf’s rousing cheer “IN THE HOLE!” we bring you video of the Bilenky Junkyard Cross in Philadelphia, and the shout hear ’round the world:
Add comment December 19, 2012
Found this interesting post, very poetic and somewhat thought provoking. So much so, we could overlook the miscue on describing the origin of design for the Bike Friday tikit in the photo.
Add comment December 12, 2012
This interesting report by the Sightline Institute reports that drivers in Oregon and Washington are consuming less gasoline.
We think that’s great news for everyone, whether you are on a Bike Friday helping the cause or not.
Add comment September 21, 2012
Bike Friday owner Damian Day recently had an article in The Northland Age about his upcoming adventures.
Add comment September 16, 2012