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Ow, somebody’s going to have to drag us! 🐶😩😂

This is the Medjool date recovery smoothie we NEED on our long ride this weekend.

This is @junior_marques’ other gym, and we can’t argue with that. ☀️🌴🚲 #Brazil #JoãoPessoa #repost (📸: @junior_marques)

The amount of time it takes to maintain a bicycle is an under-discussed barrier to bike commuting. After all, most of us just want to hop on our bike and go—not devote a chunk of our morning to pumping tires, lubing a chain, and tinkering with brake pads. That’s just one of the many reasons fellow negligent bike owners will appreciate the @ridepriority Bicycles 600, an on- and off-road commuter bike that requires almost no maintenance. You can read our full review at the link in our bio now! (📸 @trevorraab)

Worn by current European road race champion @kristoff87, the Extreme RR is @northwave_official's lightest, stiffest road shoe to date thanks to its 100 percent unidirectional carbon sole and an upper that is comprised of a soft, thin, single-piece of synthetic material that wraps close to the contours of the foot (Northwave calls it X-Frame). The cable-closure system has a single dial with a unique wire routing to help reduce pressure points and give a snug, comfortable fit that racers and fast roadies will love. You can read our full review at the link in our bio now! (📸: @trevorraab)

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The L Train is @ridebrilliant’s attractive and efficient solution to what is about to become a major inconvenience to countless commuters. Beginning in April 2019, New York City’s main subway route between #Brooklyn and #Manhattan (called, you guessed it, the #Ltrain) will close for repairs (thank you, hurricane Sandy!), leaving all who use public transit in need of an alternative and reliable way to get across the East River. Inspired by the commuters of #Williamsburg, one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Brooklyn, the L Train (we’re talking about the bike now) is a dreamy blend of style and speed. You can read our full review of this commuter bike at the link in our bio now! (📸: @trevorraab)

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Fly in Bed-Stuy with @nigelsylvester for a recent Bicycling Mag shoot #urbancycling #BedStuy #Brooklyn #NYC #repost (📸: @mehringsbearings)

#Motobecane, once a storied French bike builder, is now an American-owned brand that imports Asian-made frames and is one of the house brands of discount retailer @bikesdirect (the companies have the same owner). The site has a huge inventory of bikes that cost less than $1,000 and a few high-end bikes, like this one. The Century is made for long road rides, gravel adventures, and even some bike touring. It’s tempting to focus on the bike’s titanium frame, but, with this bike, you should direct your attention to the parts. You can read our full review at the link in our bio now! (📸: @trevorraab)

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The @raleighbicycles Redux 2 urban bike arrives to your door in a box. The included tools and instructions make assembly at home a snap. If that’s not your preference, you can choose to have your bike assembled by a local Raleigh dealer or @beelinebikes mobile bike service—both at no charge to you. The Redux 2 is devoid of fenders, racks, a bell, lights, and a kickstand. Though less convenient than buying a fully equipped bike, it allows you to add only what you want or need. Plus, less equals light: The Redux is easier to carry than most bikes of its kind (the aluminum frame and fork also help). The neon chartreuse paint and reflective logos stand out, but the Redux’s true strengths are excellent performance and value. You can read our full review of this urban bike at the link in our bio now! (📸: @trevorraab)

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