I didn’t need or want an e-bike, but now I’m glad I’ve got one!

While e-bikes have been a growing part of the bicycle business for several years, I’d always figured I didn’t need one and frankly, I didn’t want one. For decades I’ve managed to get around just fine on a bike where I’m the only motor and I didn’t see any reason to complicate matters. It was […]

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Helpful information from a 79-year-old Grandpa riding his Grand-Toddler on the back…

Here we have a growing list that our friend William Robinson is putting together of modifications he is making to his Bike Friday Haul-a-Day cargo E-Bike. It’s like have an Ikea Bike because it’s so modular. “Love the assist. My 79-year-old knees and other joints value the boost when scampering across an intersection. I weigh […]

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Making the way to Shikoku to do the 88 Temple Pilgrimage by Bike Friday Folding Bike and Suitcase Trailer.

Japan: First Impressions Gordon:  We arrived at Kansai airport around midday yesterday.  This is one of several airports that service Ōsaka, but it is notable for being located on its own island in the sea.  It is connected to the mainland by a five-kilometer causeway with a highway and a rail line, but no apparent […]

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Bike Friday Micro-Burst Technology now included with every E-Bike…

Introducing the soft-launch of our groundbreaking technology which we have named “Bike Friday Micro-Burst Technology“.  This is going to blow the socks off the E-Bike generation with the power added to our E-bike program here at Bike Friday.  You have seen it first and on our Birthday of all days, April 1st, 2019.  We look […]

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Spring Maintenance for your Bike Friday…

The snow has thawed, the roads are clear and for many, there is a layer of dust on your perfectly packed folding Bike Friday from your last trip. This is the time, the time when you need to start thinking about pulling out your bike, unfold it, put it all back together again and asses what to […]

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Muang Nan-Xayabouri: Short ride but still going up and down

Story by Lococoupleonabike.com  Saturday 12, January 2019 39 km – Total so far: 988,5 km Today we woke up late at about 7:30 am. We were lucky the guesthouse gave us a hose and we started to clean our bikes then. They were so dirty and the dry mud was already hard like stone. Hard […]

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Via de la Plata and El Norte Caminos, Spain on a Bike Friday, June 2018

Via de la Plata and El Norte Caminos, Spain on a Bike Friday, June 2018 Over 90% of people who walk or ride ‘The Camino” in Spain do the Camino Frances or French Way across the central north of Spain to Santiago de Compostela.  But there is a large network of Caminos from all areas […]

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Bike Friday Family Tandem on an adventure in New Zealand

What does a bicycle call its dad? A: Pop-cycle

Family adventure abounds in this on-going story which will soon(we hope) be turned into a book.  Enjoy this amazing families story done on two Bike Friday Tandem Bikes…the adventure of a lifetime for these two kids, who, have seen more adventure in their short years than many have seen in their whole life. Forget Ms. […]

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Family bike touring in mountain paradise…it’s all so possible, with the right gear!

This is one amazing story which just had to be shared…and thankfully it was done with our very own Bike Friday Haul-A-Day bikes.  Enjoy and be inspired! By Christian We “just” (ok – it’s been a month) got back from 2 months cycle-touring around Europe. We toured through Denmark, Norway, Switzerland, Austria, and Germany (with […]

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Biketoberfest in Marin October 13th, 2018

BIKETOBERFEST Saturday, October 13 Savor delicious brews, see and demo amazing bikes and E-Bikes from Bike Friday, Yuba among many others, hear incredible live music featuring The Pulsators, enjoy family activities and connect with over 60 bike exhibitors all while taking in the gorgeous Marin October weather. There is something for everyone at Biketoberfest Marin! WHEN: Saturday, […]

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