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40 Cities in 4 Months

  New World Tourist owners Monty & Laila give an account of an ingenious adventure that could only be done on a Bike Friday:   How do you bike the world in the least amount of time?  Take a world cruise with your Bike Friday! Cruising can be fun but the lack of transportation can […]

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You Drive Us: The Love That Keeps Us Going

Building bikes isn’t easy. Especially, custom-fit bikes. Particularly, folding custom-fit bikes. But we do it, everyday, because we love it. And because when we wake up and come to work to emails like this, we can’t help but smile, pull our sleeves up, and dive right in. From Jim in Connecticut: Tim, How much do […]

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Some Favorite Rides From Bike Friday Customers

We recently sent out an email with a handful of our favorite upcoming group rides and we got a passionate response! There was a lot of excitement and several great additional suggestions, so we decided to make a follow up list!* *You can help us grow the list by posting in the comments section Anonymous’ […]

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What This Young Couple Did On Their Tandem Will Blow You Away

The things that people do on Bike Fridays never cease to amaze. Tandem owners Ashley Weyman-Jones and Laura Hegarty embarked on an epic -several thousand mile- journey, from the UK to Australia. And if that wasn’t enough, guess what was part of their essential gear? A paraglider. If you’re looking for some serious adventure reading, […]

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Built For Life: Why Even Our Oldest Bikes Are Still On The Road

We recently received this photo and email from Alan Burnstein: I thought I’d send along a picture of my Bike Friday that I bought in Spring, 1993. I was living in New York City at the time and bought it to take on the train for out-of-city excursions. I rode it extensively along the lakefront […]

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Touring in Cuba

  64-year-old New World Tourist owner Claudia Beausoleil recently traveled to Cuba via the usual workaround- Mexico. With a quick stop over in Cancun, Claudia made her way to Havana, bike-in-tow, for the beginning of her 3 week solo tour. She contacted us at Bike Friday to share what she discovered. As the U.S. gets […]

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The Under Rack Bag: An In-depth Look.

As builders of folding bikes we’re all about innovation and economizing space. Allow us to introduce you to our latest space-saving invention, The Under Rack Bag. The Under Rack Bag  is a clandestine storage unit that sits directly underneath the deck on the rear of our cargo bike, the Haul-a-Day. Strap on a couple of […]

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Tesla’s Frunk? Our Bikes Fit With Room to Spare.

We found this great little post on the Tesla website.

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Di2 Electronic Shifting: What You Need to Know

Hey, did you charge your bike? If Shimano — and now Campagnolo — have their way, this might become a more common question with the introduction of electronic shifting. With battery life extending several months, charging will be a very infrequent occurrence. For folding and travel bikes this actually makes a lot of sense — […]

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Yes, the Haul-a-Day fits on a Portland Bus Rack

It might take a little bit of work, but not that much considering the rewards. The Bike Friday Haul-a-Day, our new Cargo Bike, will fit on some mass transit bus racks. It fit on the rack in Seattle, and Raz learned on Saturday it will fit on the racks in Portland, Oregon, too [photo above]. […]

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