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Blog Update Written by Our Customers

Blog Update Written by Our Customers

By on Mar 21, 2017

I LOVE the seat! Mrs. Sandra from Australia Hi Jeri, Just wanted you to let you know that the seat is awesome! My wife and her butt could not be happier 🙂 Thanks! Seth Jeri: Thanks for the quick delivery of the Green Carbon bike seat.  Excellent customer service! This is my second seat purchase of the Green Carbon model.  I’ve had my first seat a couple of...

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Hoffman’s Rear Gets Cushion for MS150

Hoffman’s Rear Gets Cushion for MS150

By on Mar 21, 2017

Cyclists ride along FM 529 towards Bellville during the MS150. Bellville’s Dairy Queen always serves columnist Ken Hoffman during the ride. By Ken Hoffman of the Houston Chronicle February 3, 2014 I have begun training for the MS150, the Houston to Austin charity bike ride, April 11-12. This will be the 30th MS150 and my 10th. First step: I ordered a...

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Mountain Biking the Copper Canyon of Mexico

By on May 9, 2016

The Copper Canyon, the deepest canyon on earth, seven times the size of the Grand Canyon, and what better way to see the sights then on mountain bikes? Simply getting to the canyon is an effort. My husband Ray and I have undertaken a driving tour Montana to Belize, returning back through Mexico to Colorado, a journey exceeding 8000 miles.  I planned this explore of...

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Summer Biking in North West Montana is Heaven on Earth

By on Apr 22, 2016

Installment 1 If you find yourself with a bike in northwest Montana, get ready for specular rides, your biggest problem will be deciding which trail to take! The following are my favorites including several little know trails I recommend. But first some history: Highway 2, US 2 is a vital northern corridor for Montana. The road passes from Seattle Washington thru...

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Rear Bike Light’s Important for Safety

By on Mar 30, 2016

It’s that time of the year again when you’re riding home in the dark on your bike commute. A rear light is important for safety.  I’ve got a Carbon Comfort bicycle seat, which takes a RideOut Technologies Urban Touring Bag. The bag also has a safety light built into the rear panel of the bag. What’s cool is that it’s a fixture on the...

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The Fountain of Youth

By on Mar 21, 2016

Spring Days and the Fountain of Youth I’m sure you have seen it, the kid with the rubber boots splashing in puddles. Stomp, Stomp and Stomp-the simple joy of the splash.  That is what spring riding is like. The simple joy of the splash. Call it the pent-up child within us, ready to burst forth like the buds on the cherry trees. Call it the freedom of the first good...

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