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Spinlister – A Renter’s Guide


Somewhere between one and three times a year, I fly across the country. Inevitably my main goal is to ride a bike inside of wherever Point B is. In the past, I’ve eschewed shipping or flying with my own. Some airlines charge ridiculous prices that leave a broke ass nonprofit employee in a quite a state of SMH. I don’t know…

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Tiny Fix: The Bikes


This is the post that answers our most-asked question: “Hey Tiny Fix, I’m a smaller person too and I’m looking for a bike. What’s out there in our size?” Unless bike companies start sending us small bikes to review (HEY Y’ALL hit us up!), unfortunately it’s not possible for us to talk about every single tiny bike out there. But…

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Product Review – Sportique


I met the fine people of Sportique Brands at the Providence Festival of Cyclocross.  They were selling a whole line of body products, many of which were cycling or sports-related. Of course, a cyclocross race is a great place to get in a discussion about chamois cream… The saleswoman was horrified that I was been using Bag Balm, and I…

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Serbags Canvas Messenger Bag Review


We at Tiny Fix love bags. Cupcake has her Seagull bag that has seen more use than any carrying device in the history of mankind. I love my Mission Workshop Rambler and Mission Workshop Monty. We love Trash Bags and Vaya Bags too. But for me, sometimes I don’t need the fully-teched-out waterproof carry-everything-you-own-plus-a-six-pack kind of bag. Sometimes I’m just…

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down and divvy


Two weeks ago, a guy on a Divvy bike passed me in the bike lane and I was like you go, sir, that is impressive! After today’s Divvy bike ride with Tiny Fix’s tallest (me) and smallest (Lauren), I am far more impressed, because hot damn it is hard to go fast on a Divvy. We went to see if the bikes would fit us…

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tiny giants in your pants


Introducing the Tiny Giants! We are Dana. We ride bikes. We are moderately tall. – DKot rides fixed, track, cross, and road bikes. She is a fancy doctor training in sports medicine and has a cat. (Multiple bikes, singular cat.) – Nadarine rides a cross bike and rents a track bike for the velodrome. She is probably at the Empty…

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Giro Aeon Helmet Update


Photo by Kaitlyn Tierney I just wanted to update my Giro Aeon helmet review now that I’ve been wearing it a few months and now that we’re coming into winter. -Perfect fit thanks to the Roc Loc 5 dial.  I can even adjust the fit so it’ll accommodate certain hairstyles; I’m not saying you can fit a beehive underneath it,…

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Product Review: Knog Blinder


So after a nasty accident about 6 months ago, I became really paranoid about being visible on the road (I was on the losing end of a hit-and-run in broad daylight on a Sunday afternoon, so definitely more paranoia than the general post-accident jitters).  And since my front light disappeared during the accident, when my concussion wore off enough that…

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