Climbing the Kaltwasserkarspitze With Mike F. on one amazing Bike Friday tour!

To boldly go where not so many went recently. Our friend Mike F. is doing just that with his Bike Friday and boy is that bike lucky!  Oh, the places you will go. Saturday, 2018-09-08: From Mittenwald to the Kaltwasserkarspitze I rode my bicycle to the main train station of Nuremberg where I entered the […]

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Electric Assist E-Bike System Overview

Bike Friday Offers Electric Assist Still Focused on Enhancing Your Cycling Experience now with E-Bikes We believe e-assist is meant to help you feel powerful and capable riding your bike. Assisting you when the hill is steep, your load is heavy or your partner is faster. It will keep you pedaling through the variations in your […]

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Family Travel with the Haul-A-Day and a pakiT. Yes dreams do come true!

Traveling for the first time with bikes in tow, if I am being honest, is scary…beyond scary.  First I was scared to death that I would have a million issues that I would not easily be able to fix, either due to inexperience or having my whole toolkit among other things.  I had never folded […]

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What a bike “Made in USA” really means these days

What it means for a bike to be “Made in the USA” can be a bit confusing to people not up to date with the realities of manufacturing and the business supply chain within the current bike industry. Over the last 35+years, 95%+ of the USA bike industry moved overseas. What is left is mostly […]

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Kay and Gordon’s Tour of Andalusia, Spain – April 18 to May 2, 2018

Finally ready to leave the Carmona Parador headed for Osuna We had done a tour of Southern Patagonia last year. (For more details on that tour, see the log posted on the Bike Friday website.)  That tour was epic.  This year’s tour of Andalusia was tame by comparison.  It was all about riding through wonderful […]

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Cuba: Cycling, Cigars, and Classic Cars…

Cassandra Brooklyn is a New York City-based travel planner and tour operator specializing in off-the-beaten-path trips to Cuba and Mexico that emphasize biking, hiking, and cultural exchange. You can find more bike tour and trip information on her EscapingNY website or by following her on Facebook and Instagram. Bike used on this adventure was a […]

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7,000 KILOMETRES ON TWO FRIDAYS for WORLD BICYCLE RELIEF…

7,000 KILOMETRES ON TWO FRIDAYS Since September 2017 we’ve been cycling in Australia and New Zealand, 7,000 kilometers to date, alongside endless beaches, over mountains, through farmland, and in forests. We’ve made new friends and encountered amazing wildlife along the way, all made possible by our fabulous Bike Friday “New World Tourists” For us, cycling […]

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Winner – Cargo Bike Review from Randy Kirk

From time to time we really want to toot our own horn as we love what we are doing to help others live a better life.  Thankfully we have people out there who really love us and we are lucky enough to work with some really great people.  Below is one of those people who […]

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E-motion is High at Bike Friday

E-motion is High at Bike Friday The 3 Es of our Electric Enhancement systems for Cyclists E-xpectations, E-tiquette, E-mancipation E-xpectations: why now? the law, realistic power & speed, + flying with an E-nhanced BikeFriday Why now? Why now and not before? The short answer is confusion. Confusion caused by multiple definitions of what an electric […]

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Two’sDay Tandems, Races and life on a boat…

Just sit right back and hear a tail, a tail of a fateful trip, a tail of tiny wheels, which really know how to rip. The Stoker was a mighty pedaler, the Captain brave and sure. The Tandem with tiny wheels charted its course for the race and here is their tale: We purchased our […]

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