Your hands are one of your 3 main points of contact on a bicycle, so naturally, they should be comfortable. A good set of gloves not only provides comfort, but also ensures a better grip on your handlebars.
Protect your head no matter where or how you ride. Helmets have come a long way - They're comfortable, adjustable and the best thing is, they can save your life. We've got helmets for everyone from a toddler to a triathlete and everything in between.
Your tires lose pressure even if they're just sitting in the garage. Let's face it - rubber isn't air tight. Pumping up your tires before every ride is the best step in avoiding flats. C02 inflation devices are great for quick, emergency roadside repairs.
Lights to see are usually brighter than your average flashlight, which comes in handy for commuters or night riders. Lights to be seen come in a variety of price points and brightnesses and oftentimes offer strobe features for added visibility.
Fact: Most of your daily errands can be completed within a 2-mile radius of your home or work - so why not bike there. Panniers make it easy to carry groceries, books, yoga mats or whatever you need to transport from one place to the next.
Shoes + Pedals
A cycling shoe and pedal combo bring your cycling experience to a new level. With a constant connection to your bike, you have the ability to create a full pedal rotation efficiently and smoothly, making climbing easier and longer rides less effort.