Post Tagged with: "Advice"

Get Ready to Bike to Work this Spring!

Get Ready to Bike to Work this Spring!

April 10, 2017 1:31 am / News / No comments

By Joanna Giordano If you have the goal to start bike commuting, start planning now! Let’s say you can ride, but you want to step it up from occasional rider to commuter. This is a great goal! You will ride more, save money, and get the wind in your hair! […]

 
How to Dress for Biking in Colder Weather

How to Dress for Biking in Colder Weather

November 3, 2016 3:04 am / Uncategorized / No comments

By: Maria Boustead The shorter days, the crispness in the air, the pumpkin spice everything…we all know what it means. Fall is here and winter is around the corner. Yes, the weather is getting cooler by the week but that doesn’t mean that your 2016 biking days are over. The […]

 
Looking to buy a new bike? Here’s our advice!

Looking to buy a new bike? Here’s our advice!

August 3, 2016 4:09 am / Uncategorized / No comments

By Meg Ausen August may seem like an odd time to welcome a new bike into your family, but it’s actually the beginning of the “end of the season” (don’t worry! WE ride all year round!). If you are looking to buy new, August is when you will see current […]

 
Being a Curvy Cyclist – One Woman’s Advice for Not Holding Yourself Back

Being a Curvy Cyclist – One Woman’s Advice for Not Holding Yourself Back

April 12, 2016 3:12 am / Uncategorized / No comments

WE Bike NYC’er gives her thoughts and some tips on being a curvy cyclist. Read on to hear them!!

 
Cold Weather Tips from WE Bike NYC!!

Cold Weather Tips from WE Bike NYC!!

April 12, 2016 3:09 am / Uncategorized / No comments

Sad the summer months are over? WE are too, but just because summer ended doesn’t mean you need to put you bike away for winter! Read on for tips for cold weather riding!

 
Saddle Advice from WE Bike NYC!

Saddle Advice from WE Bike NYC!

April 12, 2016 3:07 am / Uncategorized / No comments

WE have polled members of our Female Bike Forum to come up with some tips and suggestions for finding the right saddle!