Commuting

Vélo Mag tests Axiom’s Streamliner Disc DLX & Typhoon Aero DLX 45

August 26th, 2014

Vélo Mag reviews transport solutions for your bike in the magazine’s June issue, including two of our best sellers! Dubbed the best rack “for going fast,” the Streamliner Disc DLX shined against tough competition for its lightweight and aerodynamic design, and superior strength. At 789g it was one of the lightest weight racks reviewed, and […]

Axiom Flip-Flop DLX rear bicycle rack featured in UK’s Cycle Commuter

June 2nd, 2014

Love your bike, but recognize that it falls short when it comes to eyelets for mounting racks or fenders? No need to despair!  Axiom’s Flip-Flop DLX rack is one of our many options for bikes lacking eyelets or braze-ons.  The adjustable quick-release clamp mounts the rack to just about any seat post (25.4mm-33mm), enabling you […]

Staff Rides: Traboulay PoCo Trail, Port Coquitlam, BC

April 15th, 2014

All of us here at Axiom / Live To Play Sports have a passion for cycling and the outdoors; whether that’s on a scenic road ride, from the seat a mountain bike in the backcountry, or on an urban exploration! With over 140 staff all across Canada, we’re excited to share photos, tips, and stories […]

Adventure Cyclist review: Axiom’s touring bike rack

August 12th, 2013

In the August-September issue of Adventure Cyclist magazine, gear editor Mike Deme praises the steel and aluminum Journey Uni-Fit MK3 rear racks as a good alternative to custom.

Bicycle Times reviews Journey Uni-Fit bike rack

August 2nd, 2013

Bicycle Times gear reviewer Shannon Mominee recently mounted an Axiom Journey Uni-Fit MK3 rear rack to her bike and thought it was a great fit. “Overall, the Journey Uni-Fit is a well-designed rack that should please beginner and veteran commuters alike.”

Journey Uni-Fit bike rack review in Canadian Cycling Magazine

July 25th, 2013

Reviewer Gus Alexandropoulos of Canadian Cycling Magazine praises Axiom Gear’s Journey Uni-Fit MK3 rear bike rack for fit, versatility, and quality.

Waterproof bike panniers compared: Tempest Monsoon, Typhoon, LX, DLX

February 22nd, 2013

Cycling in the rain? The designers at Axiom Performance Gear have got your back. And they’ve got your bags, too. The apt-named Tempest Series of waterproof bike panniers are expressly designed for cyclists like you: all-weather, all-season riders who aren’t afraid to get their tires wet. Both the Tempest Monsoon and Tempest Typhoon panniers load easily with […]

Lighten up, get the right lights for your riding.

February 7th, 2011

Rob, one of the tech’s here is what I would call a die-hard commuter; rain or shine he rides to work almost every day of the year. If you were to pass Rob while driving to work you couldn’t help but notice him because he is covered in lights, much like a very bright holiday […]

Cycling has a lot going for; its getting easier to become a cyclist every day.

January 13th, 2011

Cycling has a lot going for it: its great exercise, a quick way to get around a city, less expensive than a car, pollutes less than other forms of transportation and an awesome way to experience the full gamut of sense provoking sights, sounds and smells that the world holds around us. So here’s a […]

Bike to Work Week: Update

November 4th, 2009

The van rolled up just after six am. As I opened my front door the cold air slapped me in the face, snapping me awake. I was already looking forward to the warming powers of a nice hot cup, or three, of coffee. I hopped into the Norco van and we headed out to find […]