The only Electric Bike you can travel with…

How to fly and with ease, bring your electric bike. LiGo Batteries are the only electric bike battery you can legally enter a plane with and Bike Friday was/is the first travel bike to employ them into the design. The Battery: The LiGo by Grin Technology Yes, these batteries really can be carried on passenger […]

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The first Bike Friday –

Eva Heyman  Eva Heyman was a Hungarian Jew during World War II. She was deported to Auschwitz and gassed there when she was only 13 years old. Shortly after the Nazi’s invaded Hungary, she wrote in her diary: Today they came for my bicycle. I almost caused a big drama. You know, dear diary, I […]

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Trans Asia Gear Packing List thanks to Adventure in Tandem

This is the list you have been waiting for.  Well thought out and boy oh boy is it helpful.  This is a rather extended trip so it takes a bit more work to pull it all together. Very special thanks to our friends at Adventure in Tandem for this very extensive list: Adventure in Tandem […]

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Three Guys wandering around Italy from Florence to Rome on Bike Friday folding bikes…

Three sixty-something guys went cycling for eight days through Italy, more or less Florence to Rome. The trip turned out to be much more of an athletic event than expected, with some of the steepest hills I have ever cycled. Also, I had heard that Tuscany was over-touristed.  Could we, on bicycles, discover the real […]

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Running an Ebike on Solar Energy: The Sheddy Kilowatt Story

Five minutes after I installed a solar panel on the roof of my bike shed it began to rain. Since this was April in Oregon, the rain was not an unusual or unforeseen event and in fact, the next five days were rainy and mostly cloudy. But even on those damp days, my solar system […]

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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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