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Scenes from NEMBAFest 2017

It was a beautiful weekend for our first trip north to Kingdom Trails and this year’s NEMBAFest. We had an amazing time exploring the trails and connecting with friends. Continue Reading Scenes from NEMBAFest 2017
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Protection from G-Form

My girls have been hitting the trails pretty hard this spring – so we geared them up with Pro-X elbow and knee pads from G-Form. The light weight, low profile pads utilize Reactive Protection Technology (RPT) which stiffens upon impact to absorb energy, giving Kristin and Sophie extra confidence when trying new skills, or approaching… Continue Reading Protection from G-Form Continue Reading Protection from G-Form
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Rasputitsa 2017 Recap

This year’s Rasputitsa could not have been more different than 2016. It was cold and rainy. The route was muddy and snowy. The cyclocross course at the end was borderline ridiculous. And yet, you take all those things, throw in riding friends, enthusiastic supporters and matching wool jerseys and you have an epic weekend grinding gravel. A… Continue Reading Rasputitsa 2017 Recap Continue Reading Rasputitsa 2017 Recap
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Celebrating 3 Years

It’s hard to believe, but this week I marked the 3rd Anniversary of the opening of the Velo Studio. I want to thank all my family, friends, neighbors, customers and teammates for their support – It’s been an amazing ride! Continue Reading Celebrating 3 Years
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Genuine Innovations Tubeless Tackle Kit Review

Tubeless tires have been popular for many years on mountain bikes, and finally the rest of the bike spectrum is rapidly joining in. Tubeless fat, cyclocross, gravel, and road bikes are all gaining serious momentum as tires improve and virtually all new wheelsets are tubeless ready. The virtues of tubeless are well proven. Not only… Continue Reading Genuine Innovations Tubeless Tackle Kit Review Continue Reading Genuine Innovations Tubeless Tackle Kit Review
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VW features the Bike Guy’s family

Since I started driving, I have owned eight Volkswagens (including a 1997 Trek-edition Jetta, as well as our current vehicles), so it was no surprise that I’d stop to say hello to the VW folks at the USA Cycling Cyclo-cross Championships – and grab a couple of awesome “I’m here for the waffles” shirts. What was a surprise,… Continue Reading VW features the Bike Guy’s family Continue Reading VW features the Bike Guy’s family
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Winter Ruckus Ride Recap

This year’s Deep Freeze Winter Ruckus Ride was neither cold, nor snowy, but with over 60 riders showing up, it was a huge success. Riders of all ages and abilities hit the trails, with the mild weather and clear trails making it possible for those on mountain bikes to join the fun. The three groups enjoyed… Continue Reading Winter Ruckus Ride Recap Continue Reading Winter Ruckus Ride Recap
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Thank You Team Steve the Bike Guy

My wife and I were surprised and humbled by the kind words from the members of the Steve the Bike Guy Cyclocross team. Thank you, Alex Carleton for pulling together the photos and comments, and congratulations to all our team members – Alex, Jason, Hannah, Pete, Sophie, Tom, Lindsey, Lisa, Anna, Jules – on an amazing year. Also,… Continue Reading Thank You Team Steve the Bike Guy Continue Reading Thank You Team Steve the Bike Guy
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Ask the Bike Guy: What’s Your Pressure?

The one question that is heard most at any cyclocross race is some variation on . . . “What’s your pressure?” The answer is going to depend on a variety of factors including whether you are riding tubeless or tubular; the terrain, and the rider. In the end we are looking to find the right… Continue Reading Ask the Bike Guy: What’s Your Pressure? Continue Reading Ask the Bike Guy: What’s Your Pressure?
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Fat Bikes at Boston Rebellion

Rain didn’t stop us from breaking out the fat bikes and taking on Sunday’s Boston Rebellion! Despite a few crashes, and one flat fat tire, it was a successful day with two of our group ending up on the podium. Continue Reading Fat Bikes at Boston Rebellion
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