News / Reviews

Axiom Phoenix DLX fender review by Bicycle Times

August 8th, 2011

If you are thinking about fenders for your bicycle and find yourself concerned about tracking down the right combination of unique aesthetics and innovative features than you may find the Axiom Phoenix DLX fenders worth a look. Recently the crew over at Bicycle Times, sister publication of Dirt Rag magazine and an excellent publication for […]

Axiom Typhoon DLX Pannier review

July 5th, 2011

Recently, a couple of months ago if you want to get specific, Darren Alff over at bicyclingtouringpro.com gave a set of our panniers a test. Having scored an 8 out of ten, I think it’s safe to say that for the most part he was pretty impressed. He did have his concerns though, and they […]

Man Zou: Beijing to Shanghain wins at Emmy Awards

June 28th, 2011

PRESS RELEASE “Man Zou: Beijing to Shanghai” wins at 48th Annual Emmy® Awards Jason Reid takes home Director – Post Production award for new China documentary SEATTLE, Wash. – Seattle filmmaker Jason Reid won the Emmy® Award for Director-Post Production last Saturday night at the 48th Annual Emmy® Awards ceremony presented by the Northwest Chapter National Academy of […]

Axiom Gear gets featured in Open Air Life Father’s day guide

June 14th, 2011

This Sunday, June 19th is father’s day. A day where we celebrate, well, Fathers. For me this will be my fist Father’s day and I am pretty excited about having been initiated into the realm of fatherhood. But this post really has nothing to do with me, other than the fact that I am writing […]

Commuting to Work: the things they don’t tell you.

June 2nd, 2011

My commuting to work plans have turned out to be shaky. There are a lot of things that people don’t tell you about before you start commuting. I’ve ridden bikes for a long time and I love riding, but actually using my bicycle as a mid to longer distance commuting tool is a relatively new […]

Another Bike to Work Week is only days away, Will you ride?

May 24th, 2011

It’s May, and though the weather might being doing its best to pull the wool over our eyes, summer is just around the corner. And that means that soon we may actually get a glimpse of the elusive daystar. This also means that perfect commuting weather is also here, well, almost… positive thoughts. Regardless of […]

Silencing Brake Squeal: How to regain the sweet sound of silence

May 9th, 2011

Part 1 Rim Brakes – Caliper Style If you have rim brakes, then you have probably suffered from brake squeal. Like the cry of a banshee being eaten by a sphinx, it may be one of the most unpleasant sounds ever know to human kind. And unfortunately it is not a mythical beast from the […]

Axiom Journey Disc and Rainrunner Fenders Review by EcoVelo.

May 4th, 2011

Okay, this is actually a review of the Norco Ceres bicycle, but because we were sending the crew at EcoVelo a bike, I managed to have some Axiom gear included with it. We included an Axiom Journey Disc rack, which was selected because of the flexibility of the mounting options it provided. Along for the […]

My bike isn’t as fast as I remember it, or is it just me?

May 4th, 2011

This winter left me in a somewhat less than ideal shape. The addition of a new member to our family meant that my time on a bicycle was greatly reduced. With moving to a new home and going to school while working full time, well, that meant that I spent a great deal of time […]

Photo Shoots: The Early Season Madness begins

April 21st, 2011

The bicycle season is upon us already, it seems like just yesterday that I was on a local ski hill, with spring a distant pondering in my mind. Yet, it is officially spring, May is only a hair over a week away and around here it is photo shoot season once again. To be honest this is […]