Road Bike

Like Lennon and McCartney or peanut butter and chocolate, July and hot weather usually go together— so does hot weather and ice cream. Introducing the Cycle California! Ice Cream Trail! Local trails are great places to get away — they are usually tree-lined and offer a respite from the summer sun. What if you could put ice cream and trails together? These sweet pairings — trails and ice cream — make for a cool, tasty summer! Read more →


The deluge is on! Californians are exchanging hip waders for their bikes and staying at home to avoid the the crazy rain they’ve experienced. For those days when getting your mileage in just isn't appealing, we at Found by Bike suggest having a bike movie-a-thon with some or all of... Read more →


--and no, his name doesn’t begin with an L. Picture a time in America's distant past, when bicycle racing was the most popular sport in the U.S. (and the world), and while Europeans were into it, Americans and Australians were not that far behind. It was a time, between 1880... Read more →


Winter rainstorms keeping you off your bike? You can still keep a measure of fitness, even if you and your road bike aren't on speaking terms at the moment. Don’t sing the Blues when the rain begins -- these days are a opportunity to experience different activities through crosstraining. What... Read more →


Here we are at the New Year and it’s raining. Raining like it hasn’t for a couple of years in drought-stricken California, so we tapped a few folks who ride all year long in regions that generally see WAY more inclement weather than California. You have your resolutions to maintain,... Read more →


Now that it's official and the shorter, darker days of autumn are here, let's think about how you light your way on your morning or evening bike commute. Allowing you to see and to be seen by distracted drivers, lights after dark are the law of the land in California.... Read more →


You've been dropped into San Jose, California, for a sales meeting. The meeting doesn’t start until Wednesday, but your company’s cheapskate travel department found rock-bottom airfare into San Jose International Airport two days early. So, how will you spend your 36 hours in San Jose? You brought your folding bike... Read more →