Easy Color Adds, For Less Than $10

So you scooped a bike, got your base going - putting in the miles, breaking everything in, and now you and your ride are ready to take it to the next level. You want ...

How to Replace a Stem

Whether you’re trying to adjust your reach, bar height, or just fit that new set of oversized bars, installing the right stem is a huge part of dialing in your bike ...

Pre-Ride Checklist

It’s officially Spring and, if your commute looks anything like mine, that means tons of riders are taking their bikes out of hibernation and hitting the road again!...

7 Ways Old Parts Become New Art

Spend enough time around bikes, and before you know it you'll have an overflowing parts bin. It's just a fact of life that the amount of stuff "leftover" will always...

PFTV: The Brake Job

Things moving too fast? Just pump the brakes! But if your lever’s to the metal and your bike’s still rolling, it’s time do some wrenching. In today’s episode of Pure...

Design It Yourself

Customization has always been a huge part of bicycling culture. Tweaks for optimization and fit, upgrades for power and performance, and aesthetic choices for style a...

Picture this, you're riding over to the park to meet your friends for a BBQ (winter BBQs are one of the luxuries of living in California or the southern hemisphere) and you get a flat tire :(.

No problem.  You've got everything you need to fix a flat in your back pack... except you took your pump out of your bag to make room for all those burgers, buns, and beer you're haulin'.  Uh-oh.

Whether you're giving your ride a style upgrade, swapping a worn chain for a fresh one, or stripping your frame to paint it, at some point you're going to want to remove/replace your chain.