Backpeddling shirts, stickers, hats and whatever else you can put on your body to shamelessly promote your favourite bike shop (that’s us, by the way). Continue reading
Presented at the XXV International Cycling History Conference in Baltimore, this essay called, “The 1936 CCM Flyte: Canada’s Contribution to the Streamlined Decade” gives a detailed history of one of our favourite bicycles. We were even asked to write/consult for the work. … Continue reading
Here’s a sweet little edit that Brandon and Brian put together from their Waterdown ride last week.
Here’s a quick edit from our homeboy Braden Bygrave. He’s always rippin’ reppin’ and smilin’.
Very cool look at how bikes used to be made. Now, they make them in colour! How a Bicycle is Made (1945) from British Council Film on Vimeo.
Our buddy Dave Advent dropped off this edit of random riding spots.
Backpeddling staff playing in the dirt for the 2013 Backpeddling Camp. Filmed by Brian Williams.
Neck and back injures are a serious concern in todays extreme sports world, Leatt is a armor and brace company hoping to make that different. With a base is just about anything extreme sports from motocross to go-karts, they know … Continue reading