Golden Again at 92

She’s at it again. Bike Friday owner Carol Collins went to the National Senior Games in Cleveland, Ohio, in July, and walked away with three more gold medals. Collins, who lives in Houston, won her age group in the 5K and 10K time trials, and the 20K road race. That age group? The 90-94 category. […]

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Day at the Museum

More than a hour before Alan Scholz’s scheduled talk at the Portland Art Museum on July 27, Bike Friday owners began rolling up to the courtyard. First a couple of Pocket Rockets zoomed up. In a matter of minutes, they were test riding a Silk. Then some New World Tourists arrived. A Silk. A Tandem. […]

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Slow Down, Enjoy

BY RAZ Every now and then I need a reminder that there is more to riding your bicycle than pedaling. On vacation at Lake Tahoe, I rolled out of the campground at Fallen Leaf Lake for a ride. As I began pedaling up a gentle climb toward a waterfall, I noticed a couple walking along […]

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Alan Scholz at Portland Art Museum!

  On this Saturday, July 27th, you are invited to join Co-Founder Alan Scholz and a few others from Bike Friday’s headquarters in Eugene, Oregon, as we take advantage of the Portland Art Museum’s gracious hospitality. The day will begin at 9 a.m. as Alan gives a talk about bicycle design in the Whitsell Auditorium. […]

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Safe Routes to School

The National Safe Routes to School program is looking for a technical director. We figure a lot of Bike Friday owners could make a difference with this great organization. Job posting here.

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High Praise for NuVinci

BY RAZ McKENZIE PASS, Oregon — It doesn’t take long for everything to fall into place. A perfect rhythm pulsates from my head to my toes. A comfortable cadence, steady breathing. This is the ultimate vibe for climbing a mountain. Yet something in the laundry list of sensations seems different. I swing around a switchback. […]

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