The new and revamped Surly Disc Trucker gets improved geometry and user-friendly components but keeps the same-old ride feel that we love so much. The Surly Trucker bikes have a long tradition and a strong reputation in the cycle touring circles. The rim-brake Long Haul Trucker has been around since 2004, whereas the Disc Trucker... Read More »
We’re quite impressed by the number of different cycling bags out there. You can find cycling-world Audis and Ducattis, SUVs or sports cars. We decided to find out which would be the “nice-to-have” bags for every cyclist. I believe that, in the perfect circumstances, you’ll need: A solid urban bag. An everyday (and everywhere) use... Read More »
The first thing that would intrigue anyone about Douchebags is the name. The name of the company perfectly reflects the authenticity and innovative approach but in no sense the character of their bags. The Explorer Backpack by Douchebags is the brainchild of Jon Olsson, the Swedish free-ski legend which is revealed in the functionality of... Read More »
This Showers Pass Transit backpack is as big as they come. It reminds me of the huge backpacks bicycle delivery guys carry around the city. The main area is waterproof and pretty huge, providing you with high-capacity storage space that can carry whatever you need. Just as Showers Pass itself says: “Inspired by the challenging... Read More »
Brooks England is one of the oldest manufacturers of cycling related accessories that is still active – and they are very proud of it. I don’t intend to write much more about their history because that would be too long and it would not do them the same amount of justice that the History section... Read More »
Bike backpacks have become a popular trend in the recent years. Their popularity is rising due to their versatility, comfort, and style. Mission Workshop bags kept us intrigued for quite some time, so we decided to create an in-depth overview about them. To provide you with more relevant and genuine information, we even tested the... Read More »
Hey! My name is Jeff! I ride simply because I love to. There is nothing about cycling that I don’t like! I sometimes take part in group-rides and compete in races. I also work with other riders, teaching them how to get better on trickier, technical trails.
I aim to inspire riders to greater interest and activity. There was a few year period when I didn’t ride at all, cause I just couldn’t afford one really. I figured that decent bikes cost a lot and the cheap ones are all crap. Turns out, I was wrong, there are actually many excellent bikes on the market.
I’ve outlined some tips on how to choose and what to buy on my website. Once you pick out the bike for you, I’ll see on the trails!
Bicycle Guider is a registered trademark. It is a free resource page about bicycles, founded in 2015 by Jeff Balton. The main goal of this website is to provide valuable guides, reviews, and articles about different types of bicycles, includingmountain, hybrid and road bikes.