Our Grand Opening Party starts at 8AM and runs until 6PM. There will be live music featuring talented multi-instrumentalist Scott Brunelle from ~4-6PM, cargo bike demonstrations, free coffee (and delicious espresso drinks to purchase), snacks, door prizes from Thousand Helmets, Rosso Coffee Roasters, Pedro's Tools, and lots more.Read More
Taking care of your bike will help it take care of you. Regular maintenance will keep you rolling safe and smooth, and help avoid major problems down the road.Read More
Unless you've been hiding under a rock in London, Ontario, you know that the city is about to undergo its biggest transformation in how it thinks about transportation since the inception of the LTC. Some detailed plans were released this past week, and we wanted to know how they would impact life for people on bikes. Turns out, it's not good.Read More
How do I find a great bike? This is a question I know a lot of you are asking yourselves this time of year. Spring is just around the corner, the roads and paths are clear of snow, and the flowers are starting to bloom. It's a perfect time to start to ride. We've written a lot on this blog about why you should start riding a bike, and as spring rolls in we want to write a bit about how you should go about finding your new ride in 2018.Read More
We're often asked "which cargo bike is best," by prospective cargo bike families, and of course the answer is always, "it depends." For our Family Day blog, we decided to ask a cargo bike expert. Lindsay, aka "This Mom Bikes," has been riding with her family for years, and has a cargo bike collection that rivals most people's regular bike garage. We're thrilled to have her perspective on our blog for Family Day, and hope it helps you find the right bike for your family!Read More
Winter Bike To Work Day is a collection of global events and individuals that celebrate people who ride bikes in the winter. We celebrated WBTWD for the first time in London, and had a party in the park!
The formula to get more people riding in the winter in the city is simple: protected bike lanes + maintenance. From experiences around the world, nothing else matters.Read More