Our Round-up of Most Read Bike Commuting Posts

It's National Bike to Work Week - our favorite time of the year! We're sharing a round-up of our most popular bike commuting blog posts to get you caught up on everything you need to know. Ready to celebrate Bike to Work Week with a new bag? Save 15% through May 20 with code BikeWeek15.

How to Carry Things When You Bike to Work

Why do you need to know how to carry things on your bike for when you bike to work? If you bring more to work than what you can fit in your pockets, then you're going to have to figure out some way to carry everything with you. In this post, we talk about all the ways to carry things on your bike, from on-your-bike to on-your-person.

Bike bags for bike commuting

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How to Bike in Skirts and Dresses

While we think that no one should be intimidated by their wardrobe, biking in a skirt does raise some legitimate concerns. If you bike to work and need to look dressy, you may feel resigned to pantsuits forever, but biking in skirts and dresses is actually pretty simple if you just take a few precautions. Here’s some good guidelines to follow while you wheel down the roads.

Po Campo Bike Style Biking in Skirts

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Foldable Bike Helmets for the Bike Commuter

Stumped with what to do with your bulky bike helmet when you're not riding? Or want to have a helmet when riding bike share but don't want to lug one around with you everyday? A foldable helmet might be just what you need. Keep reading to learn about your options. Shown below: the Closca helmet.

Bike Commuting: foldable helmet

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How to Safely Bike to Work and Arrive Looking Presentable

Interested in trying biking to work but don’t know how to ride a bike in a city safely nor how to show up at their office looking presentable? The perfect Bike to Work Week guide!

Bike commuting with bike style

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We hope these posts will equip you with what you need to get the most out of Bike to Work Week. Want to spread the word about Bike to Work Week with your friends and colleagues? The League of American Bicyclists has a whole host of resources for you on their website

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