Everybody knows how awesome it is to do the holidays by bike – everything is just easier. From bringing home the tree by bike to going to view light displays, the holidays are so much better on a bike. To enhance your enjoyment of this holiday season, we’ve partnered with Timbuk2 for an exclusive holiday… Read more »
This is the first in a series of guest blog posts by Yuba riders and friends. This first ink slinger is Dr. R. Carter McRee, PhD. He is currently traveling through the South Eastern part of the US with a Mundo and a Boda Boda, and is sharing his reflections with us. Camping gets tough… Read more »
Join Yuba Bicycles at the East Bay Bicycle Coalition’s Biketopia presented by The Law Office of Daniel H. Rose. The East Bay Bicycle Coalition is throwing a 40th anniversary fundraiser and member party — Biketopia — to celebrate their accomplishments in the past year, as well as 40 years of working towards making the East… Read more »
BRATTLEBORO—In a culture as car-centric as Vermont, Dave Cohen may seem like he is swimming against the tide when he advocates for bicycles as a way to reduce pollution, improve public health, and save people money. But the Brattleboro psychotherapist has been at this a long time. When he lived in the San Francisco area,… Read more »
From Mark S. at Bikes-as-Transportation.com!
The U.S. market for bicycles that can carry several people and heavy loads is tiny, but enthusiastic. Bay Area manufacturers Xtracycle and Yuba are largely credited with introducing the cargo bike in the United States – in particular a nimble variety known as the longtail. Observers say that a number of factors, such as high… Read more »