This is our review of the versatile Targus Work + Play Cycling Backpack, a well-designed backpack for people who cycle commute to work.
What do you do if you’re halfway home on your bike, and it starts snowing? You could carry on cycling, hoping you’re not going to slide out and hurt yourself. Or, you could stop and grab the studded tire skins you keep in your pannier, quickly zip them over your bike tires, and then continue on your way safely. That’s the genius of reTyre! It’s a new product that launched on KickStarter last year, and is now doing well. reTyres is a modular tire system that lets you quickly adapt your bike tires to meet changing conditions, such as off-road cycling, or snow. Check out videos that show how they work.
The Vangogo bike light set is a great product for the price. The front light is impressive, and the rear light is adequate. This is a well-made product, and much better than I expected for a budget bike light set. Also, the front light is bright and hefty enough to double up as a flash light, once you get off the bike.
The Craft Cadence cycling backpack is designed by and for bike commuters. It’s a really top-notch backpack for cycle commuting, and right now it’s on sale as well. So, we thought it was the perfect time to publish this review of one of our favorite cycling backpacks! It’s a fully waterproof cycling backpack that can be yours for a budget price.
As part of Bike to School Week this year, HUB Cycling is running a student video contest for children and youth 18 and under in Metro Vancouver. Enter to win cash prizes!