Testimonial from a Hardcore Roadie

By Jeff Linder Bike Friday Angel Investor I really don’t know where to begin … The new Bike Friday Haul-a-Day has so captured my imagination, making it difficult to prioritize the long list of things I truly like about this bike. The global view is that this bike has the potential of freeing the up […]

Pedaling My Arse Around Ireland

By Erica Stevenson The title of this journal was inspired by a comment from a man on my last long bike tour. He called out: “Y’all know over here, you can’t be peddling your ass around here!” – or something like that. Anyway, our interactions with the local people in each town were the funniest […]

Momentum Magazine’s Review of the Haul-a-Day

by: Sandra Allen The Haul-a-Day is Bike Friday’s addition to the growing cargo bike market. Bike Friday is an Oregon-based bike building company who use words like local, organic, community, and handcraft to describe what they do. They specialize in custom folding and travel bikes, which means the Haul-a-Day has many of the inventive conveniences […]

Haul-a-Days Shine at Eugene Disaster Relief Trials

BY RAZ Bike Friday Haul-a-Days proved their mettle with another strong showing at the Eugene Disaster Relief Trials at Alton Baker Park on October 17th. We counted 12 Haul-a-Days in the field of more than 50 riders, and Bike Friday Operations Manager Jordan Bishko and his son Eli led the parade by winning the Family […]

Win a Haul-a-Day at the Philly Bike Expo

The 6th Annual Philly Bike Expo will return to the Pennsylvania Convention Center on November 7-8, and you can be entered to win a Bike Friday Haul-a-Day by purchasing your tickets in advance! More than 150 artisans and manufacturers of bicycles, accessories and apparel display their latest products including Bike Friday, who will be showing […]

A Tribute Ride

On July 30th, Patrick Wanninkhof, a 25-year-old New York high school science teacher on a cross-country cycling trip was killed when he was struck from behind by a car. The driver of the car reportedly told police she was looking at her cell phone at the time of the crash. Wanninkhof was leading a group of more than […]

Eugene Disaster Relief Trials Oct. 17th

By Raz On the eve of the inaugural Eugene Disaster Relief Trials two years ago, Bike Friday Service Rep Michael Macemon burned the midnight oil putting together his Haul-a-Day prototype that he would race in the morning. “I paid for that,” Michael says today, laughing. “I dropped my chain on the first parade lap and […]