The Dahon Speed P8 folding bicycle rocks!

I’ll never forget the day I saw a folding bicycle for the first time im my life. There it was with it’s tiny sixteen inch wheels and long seatpost and stem. Never before had I seen such an unusual looking contraption that was suppose to represent some form of transportation. Immediately I had to call Read More …

Xootr MG scooter kicks butt!

I’ll never forget the first time I laid eyes upon the Xootr MG. This adult kick scooter is nothing like the other brands that exist in the market at the current time. The Xootr MG is a pure master peice. It was love at first sight. How I discovered the existence of the Xootr MG Read More …

Public transportation problems in Rochester, NY

Before I get into telling you what’s wrong with the public transportation in Rochester, Ny let me first give the city of Rochester and the Regional Transit Center credit for that they got right so far. The new Transit Center in downtown Rochester, NY is much better than the public bus system that they had Read More …

Brand new Brompton S-Bag

Santa Claus delivered a very special gift early this year. For the longest time I’ve wanted one of these but have been reluctant due to the high price. When I recieved my Brompton S-Bag I was super happy. This bag has a tough water proof material with a flap that covers the front keeping all Read More …

How about A-Bike?

Light. Compact. Portable. These were all the requirements I was looking for when I decided to purchase a folding bicycle. I looked at many models from different brands, with wheels ranging from sixteen inches to twenty inches. There were many times when it was tough to choose from all the amazing brands, due to all Read More …

City bicycle commuting sucks!

City bicycle commuting sucks and I mean it when I say it. Five years ago when I got back into recreational cycling I didn’t feel this way. Once a week on a Saturday I would meet up with my dad and we would go for a ride usually two miles in total round trip. The Read More …

Adventures at Turning Point Park.

Located off Lake Avenue past the cemetery is a great park called Turning Point Park that’s used by hundreds of people each year. At almost anytime of the day you can see bicyclists, dog walkers and joggers using this trail seeing that it provides a safe passage way with lots of shade and no traffic Read More …