Summer is all about letting loose and having a great time. Or, at least giving your inner kid room to run (or ride...?) wild. In what other season can you eat ice cream, cruise the boardwalk and enjoy the beach all at the same time?
Sometimes it's love at first bike. You may have unexpectedly found your newest two-wheeled crush when passing by a local shop. Or you've done some extensive research and tested bike after bike to make sure it's a perfect match. Either way, we can't wait to share your #ElectraLove and experiences as a first time (or existing) Electra owner.
Even mini Electra fans deserve to ride in style. Our Kids’ Townie 3i EQ bikes were spotted with some awesome decorations for this summer’s patriotic Fouth of July festivities. Parents Magazine’s article “All American Bike Parade,” gives four easy and inexpensive ways to get your kiddo’s bike parade ready!
Hey, all. It’s been a while. Meet Electra’s newest to the (two-person) marketing team – Jenna Caldwell.
13 Questions for Jenna Caldwell
Every time we receive a fun, inspiring story behind the love a rider has for their Electra, we can't help but smile. That's why we're so excited to share the adventures of Alicia and her Townie, Margaux.
Since the release of our helmet collection last year, we’ve been hard at work cooking up some super cool new graphics and solid color options that will surely heat up your summer cruising. Whether you are looking to play it subtle or be a showstopper, there is a helmet for everyone, to fit any style. We want to keep that awesome brain of yours safe and sound while you ride and look good doin' it.
National Bike Month may be over, but that doesn’t mean the riding stops! If you've stepped up to the challenge (or awesomeness) of commuting by bike Monday through Friday, we recommend outfitting your bike with a few helpful accessories. Get your checklist ready because we’ve compiled a few essentials you’ll want in your bag every time you hit the road.
Front and Rear Lights
Let's be real. Most of us hop on our Electra bikes to catch some fresh air, cruise around the neighborhood or roll up to our local pubs. But some of us want to go further. Start biking more often. Maybe even start commuting to work or run errands by bike. And we get how tough it can be to remember the everyday essentials. Not all of us have enough pockets or tricks to hold keys, wallets, resuable tote bags, laptops, lunch boxes. So, we wanted to make sure riding a little more seriously... doesn't become a pain in the buns.