When I was first approached with an offer to review Audible Rush’s Jam-Pac Premium handlebar bag and music dock, I turned the request down. I thought the product was overpriced for the casual user – $159.50 – and not something the serious bike tourist would be interested in. You can click on any photo to . . . → Read More: Jam-Pac Premium MP3 Player Handlebar Bag
I have a new favorite Mp3 speaker for my bike, and I’m surprised that I like it. The funny-looking BoomBotix does a good job at a reasonable price. (Click on any photo to make it larger.)
Christmas season is coming up, so here’s where you can get your BoomBotix BB1 Portable Speaker for your . . . → Read More: BoomBotix: New Favorite MP3 Speaker
Anne (of lovebug fame), Pam, a new rider – Hillary – and I took off Saturday evening for a ride on what I call Ghost Road 27. It’s an abandoned stretch of what used to be the major north-south highway through central Florida. The stretch we were riding is about 15 miles long between . . . → Read More: Eight Bike Tips from LOST Ride
One of the members of the Surly Long Haul Trucker Google Group bought a new LHT.
His LBS was having a hard time mounting the sensor for his Cateye V2C computer because it wanted to go where Surly puts the spare spokes.
I sent him to a page showing how my Cateye Strada Cadence computer . . . → Read More: How to Mount a Cateye Strada Computer on a Surly Long Haul Trucker