Your bicycle’s lock jammed or you lost the last key for it? Here’s what you need to know if you’re thinking of freeing the bike with bolt cutters.
A good lock will keep your bike safe when you’re not around. Now let’s get a little more specific.
Yes, you can. The question is if you’re willing to pay up and have it done for you, or set several days aside to learn how to do it yourself.
Need to fly with your bike? Here’s how to maximize the chance of your bike lock passing airport security.
Did you lose your bike lock key? Click here to see how to cut of your bike lock and free your bike.
Cycling is great, but lugging bike locks isn’t! Check out some ideas on how to carry your bike lock easily and safely.
No, they’re definitely not the same. Nor are they unique. Here’s what you need to know when it comes to your bike lock’s keys.
Two bikes are better than one, especially if you’re a bike thief. Here’s how to lock up your rides so that neither gets stolen.
Don’t let your quick-release wheels disappear! Check out our guide to locking your bike wheels up tight.
The answer in a nutshell? They do. The only questions are how to recognize it before it becomes a problem—and what to do about it when it does.
All metal bicycle frames crack. The question is how easily and quickly does this happen—and what to do when it happens to yours.
Should you lock your bike to this streetlight? Check out our guide to the dos and don’ts of locking up your bike.
You can. It’s your bike, and the parking meter’s just sitting there. Should you lock your bike to a parking meter? That’s a whole different story!
Don’t let your bike get stolen again. When there’s no bike rack around, these tips and tricks will help you lock your bike securely.
You (or someone else) dent the frame of your bicycle. Can you still ride without worrying or do you have a problem to solve now?
Bike frames inevitably fatigue and crack. And it usually happens in one of these four spots. So here’s how to inspect them.
If you can’t lock the bike to a rack, can you at least tree it? Why locking your bike to a tree isn’t a good idea—and what to do instead.
Duct tape can fix everything! But can you use it to patch up a punctured bike tire? Here’s what you need to know.
Sometimes, you can. But even then, the question is whether you really want to. This guide will help you decide.
Your bike’s frame is what holds everything together. But for how long can it keep it up?
You can blast them, that’s for sure. Just not with silica sand. Ask the paint shop to use these blasting media instead.
Mounting tires of different widths on the rims will help some notch the perfect ride. For others, it’ll make no difference.
When it comes to your bike’s tires, size matters. So let’s talk about if you can—or should—consider changing the size of your tires.
No, these tires are not bulletproof. But they’re as close to being puncture-proof as bicycle tires come. Consider paying extra for them.
Bike tires should be as reliable as your gear. Here’s why the good ones don’t come cheap (and why they make a difference).
If you get punctures all too often due to goatheads and other foreign objects on the road, bicycle tire liners can be a real boon.
Your bike’s white-walled tires have turned yellow? These techniques will help you clean them and make them white again.