Happening tonight at the Calabash Bistro in Vancouver BC. Check out the poster below.
Tonight is the Night: Bike Style Tour Kick-Off in TorontoSeptember 2nd, 2010
If you are in Toronto and ride a bicycle, you probably already know this, but just incase – we don’t want anyone to be left out -tonight marks the first stop on the Bike Style Tour put on by Momentum magazine. If you are around, you should probably go. The night will kick off with […]
Bike Style Tour: Experience Cycling, Fashion and PartyAugust 27th, 2010
Soon, very soon -as in next Thursday- the Bike Style Tour will kick off in Toronto Canada. You may be wondeirng what a Bike Style Tour is, and who could blame you? Not me. This tour is at its core a good time; a gathering of like minded cyclists to enjoy riding, style, culture and […]
Product Profile: 2011 Axiom Panniers and BagsAugust 17th, 2010
You may have heard some rumors and mumblings floating around the interweb claiming that Axiom is updating its bag line for 2011. Well, it’s true, we have taken tried and tested pannier, trunk, seat and bar bags and upped their game to what we think is the next level. Here is a quick review of […]
The Lowdown on Axiom’s new GearJuly 20th, 2010
Two new videos: one from mtbr.com and the other from roadbikereview.com, feature Andrew Belson, Axiom product manager, as he explains some of the features and benefits of the Axiom gear.
Axiom goes Tweety… Join Us @axiomgearApril 5th, 2010
It was only a matter of time until we found our way into the twitterverse, but we are there now. If you are ever wondering what Axiom is up to in 140 characters or less then begin following Axiomgear and find out. Look for news, events and contests to come your way. See you there.
Seattle Bicycle Expo… Will you be there Next Year?March 22nd, 2010
Last weekend we packed up a big truck and ran for the border, our destination: The Seattle Bicycle Expo. Seattle is a great city and this year’s expo was an exceptionally excellent place to be last weekend. Hosted at the new cruise ship terminal, it was a little nicer than last year’s venue –though admittedly, it didn’t hold the same, shall we say, atmosphere. This year featured more exhibitors than you could count on ten hands and entertainment from Ryan Leech and Artistic cyclists from Germany, now that was something new. All in all it was an amazing show.
Seattle Bicycle Expo: See you there!March 10th, 2010
The webpage for the Cascade Bicycle Club reads: “Largest bicycle consumer show in the United States,” and frankly we would be remiss if we didn’t attend – so we will. If you are in the Seattle area or even a bit out of the area and up for a drive, or more fittingly a ride, […]
See it again for the first time: Why cycling is the only way to see your city.February 15th, 2010
When you are speeding by, behind the wheel of a car, hopefully paying attention to the task at hand -aka driving- you miss many of the sights your city holds. Architecture, art, scenery, and more zip by; you may never fully get to know your city in a car. But luckily there is such a […]
In the end, Wearing a Helmet Just Seems to Make SenseDecember 21st, 2009
I will always remember a quote I read a few years ago: “There are three types of lies: Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics.” If you Goggle this quote, you’ll find that details on who first made the statement are foggy, regardless it’s been repeated many times since. I once tried to use it against my […]