Bike Gear for Rainy Days

Three products to help riders stay cycling—even when the weather turns

The old Swedish saying goes that there’s no bad weather, just bad clothes—but the dampness and chill of a Pacific Northwestern autumn can make many a devoted cyclist hang their bike up in the garage until spring. That said, a few carefully chosen items can extend your cycling season for quite a while longer. While we don’t have all the answers, the following three items …

Trek Bikes’ New Commuter-Focused Model: Lync

Powerful built-in head and taillights for a more convenient and safe ride

For those looking for an excuse, a laundry list of potential struggles certainly exists when commuting by bike: weather, reckless drivers, flat tires, the looming fear that your accessories or bike itself will get stolen. Though Trek Bicycles‘ new urban commuter-focused model, Lync, aims to tackle many of the aforementioned issues—and make the ride to and from work (or anywhere) as enjoyable, low-maintenance and safe …

3D-Scanned Customized Protection by Bell Helmets

Customized for the perfect fit and heightened safety on (and off) the streets

Bell Helmets, the all-American helmet company—has spent the last 60 years protecting racers and enthusiasts from head injuries. In various disciplines ranging from self-powered to gas-powered sports, Bell has positioned itself at the forefront of helmet technology. Now the company is taking “custom fit” to a whole new level with their new 3D imaging which conforms helmets to each customer’s unique head shape. This process …