Tag: Winter biking

  • I’M BACK!

    Unfortunately, I let my domain lapse for a few weeks and just now have been able to get CarFreeBrad.com back online.  It’s not “in action” yet.  To actually create content is a bit more involved.  But topics that are on my mind: How many riding days have been lost due to Boston’s winter? Does CarFreeBrad […]

  • Stay safe winter cycling with super easy DIY signal gloves

    If you are one of these brave souls, though, visibility is key and these incredibly easy DIY signal gloves from Instructables user Harmless Matt won’t put a huge dent in your wallet and will hopefully keep them out of you and the bike, too.             Stay safe winter cycling with super easy […]

  • Zip Ties + Road Bike = Bring on the Nor’Easter

    As you may know, although my lack of posts lately would make it nearly impossible, my commuter bike is still outta commission. It hasn’t been a huge problem because I’ve put an extra rack on my road bike along with a very generous GF to provide pickups and her car when required. But as I […]

  • My 1st CarFree “First Day of Winter”.

    Last night I was wondering around REI looking for a gift and found myself spending an extra 30 minutes creating a mental “wish list” of all the things I want and need from a new super bad-ass light to a full face wrap and clear goggles for riding in 10 degree weather at night. Walking […]

  • Friday Light Thoughts & Product Review

    After forgetting my gloves the other night when I had to ride home in the rain as the temperature plummeted, I realized I need to evaluate my glove situation.  I need a better solution.   Still the most pressing issue as the snow threaten more and more with each forecast is the footwear problem.  I […]