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Feb 25 2015 - 1:07pm | by kenna

After reading a few Bermstyle reviews on FB and other social platforms, it became clear to me that Bermstyle's Jason Van Horn and Inga Beck are serious about what they do and what they love! That obvious dedication led me to send these two adventure gear junkies our cold weather gear to test through and through....

Bermstyle is an online journal documenting and revolving around life on two wheels, with an emphasis on the culture and gear. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, they maintain roots in Portland and Southern Oregon, and live to ride bikes. Whether it’s on frequent road...

Bermstyle Reviews ZOIC's Navaeh Short and Jaylyn Jersey!
Bermstyle Reviews ZOIC's Navaeh Short and Jaylyn Jersey!
Bermstyle Reviews ZOIC's Navaeh Short and Jaylyn Jersey!
Bermstyle Reviews ZOIC's Navaeh Short and Jaylyn Jersey!
Bermstyle Reviews ZOIC's Navaeh Short and Jaylyn Jersey!
Bermstyle Reviews ZOIC's Navaeh Short and Jaylyn Jersey!
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Reviews
Feb 24 2015 - 8:33am | by skyewalker

On July 27th, 2014, I tore my ACL mountain biking out at Calavera Preserve. I went off a jump a bit sideways and landed with my foot out to prevent a crash… and popped my ACL. I normally ride clipped in, but this day I was riding flats. Had I been clipped in, I don’t think I would’ve happened… but I can’t live in the past and I’m not going to sugar coat it, it really sucked. My journey to have my ACL reconstructed had begun, which took about 6 months of hospital junk, planning, appointments and being on the waiting list to get the procedure done.

February 2, 2015… surgery day. I...

ACL Surgery
ACL Surgery
ACL Surgery
ACL Surgery
ACL Surgery
ACL Surgery
ACL Surgery
ACL Surgery
ACL Surgery
ACL Surgery
ACL Surgery
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Biking
Feb 17 2015 - 3:56pm | by kenna

A guest post by Ryan Van Duzer...

The not so wintery "Old Man Winter Bike Rally" was epic! My buddies Justin and Mat, together with 650 other bike lovers took to the country roads outside Lyons Colorado on a very blustery Sunday morning. Usually at this time of year in Colorado, it's freezing, so even though it was windy as hell, we felt pretty fortunate that temps were in the mid 60's. It was so warm in fact, we shed our hoodies pretty quickly, it felt like springtime! The first 10 miles (of 60) meandered through beautiful farmland, horse pastures and rolling hills. It was a...

Duzer Duz the Old Man Winter Bike Rally
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Events
Jan 6 2015 - 9:08am | by krisgross

When I put on a pair of baggy mountain bike shorts, a few things happen. I feel like adventure is around every corner. I totally ignore my Garmin, which is normally telling me where my heart rate zone should be, how long I should stay out, and a myriad of other rules and regulations. And usually, I'm with friends, and we're exploring, laughing, and learning from each other. Baggy-shorts rides are oxygen. Lycra rides are, conversely, usually all about oxygen-debt. (For the record, I love both!)

That's why this year, I'm thrilled to be riding as a Brand Ambassador for awesome baggy...

I heart baggy shorts!
I heart baggy shorts!
I heart baggy shorts!
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Biking
Dec 18 2014 - 2:34pm | by miguelramos

Winter Fluff

Ohhh the Holidays. A time when we let loose and eat not just a slice, but the whole pie. Nights are longer, and days are colder. Its also the time when us cyclist take a brake from cycling, and put our two wheeled loves away for winter. Well most of us put our bikes away. The off season is a time to relax a bit, and recharge the batteries from a long season of riding and racing. So go ahead and eat up…and get those urges out of the way. You worked hard and deserve it. But that does not mean its time to just slack off and do nothing. The off-season is a very crucial...

Winter Fluff
Winter Fluff
Winter Fluff
Winter Fluff
Winter Fluff
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Biking
Dec 16 2014 - 12:15pm | by kenna

The Holidays are here again! You know.... The time of year when all madness begins, the gift shopping, the work parties, family gatherings, endless eating and of course presents! Sound familiar? I know it does to me, if you are lucky enough to say this is how your holiday season goes down, consider yourself very fortunate. For many, the holidays are a time of stress, financial frustrations and hardship.

Community Resource Center or CRC is close to our hearts here in sunny San Diego. CRC is a nonprofit social services agency dedicated to helping women and children, individuals, and...

Giving back this Holiday Season!
Giving back this Holiday Season!
Giving back this Holiday Season!
Giving back this Holiday Season!
Giving back this Holiday Season!
Giving back this Holiday Season!
Giving back this Holiday Season!
Giving back this Holiday Season!
Giving back this Holiday Season!
Giving back this Holiday Season!
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Family/Kids
Dec 11 2014 - 11:02am | by Paul

Hey San Diego, whether you've still got some gifts to buy or weren't able to shop for yourself at our warehouse sale this fall, we're giving you one more opportunity for great savings for the holidays. Come on by the ZOIC Pop-Up Sale at North of the Border Bike Shop Wednesday December 17th from 11-2pm. The window of opportunity may seem small but the deals are gonna be HUGE!

Our first Pop-Up Sale 12/17!
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Nov 26 2014 - 11:21am | by Paul

The ZOIC Crew is giving thanks this holiday for all of you, our customers, who love riding bikes so much that we get to make a living making clothes for you! We hope you checked out our new releases as they were revealed over the last 11 months, came back for your gear needs throughout the year and also took advantage of our annual Mega Sale earlier this month to close out the season. Now that you’ve got the look you want, make the most of your time off by avoiding the stores and getting out on your bike this Friday, or any day this weekend. To encourage you we're running a special...

Share a picture in ZOIC and hashtag #ZOICBIKEFRIDAY to win!
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Nov 17 2014 - 11:41am | by skyewalker

On Wednesday, November 5th, I loaded up my truck and headed out to Prescott, Arizona to paint a giant 400ft x 13ft mural for the
new Whole Foods Market in town. I’ve painted murals for 7 Whole Foods stores now, but this one was the biggest and in a lot of ways, the most difficult.

I’d never been to Prescott, but I knew I had to bring my bike- even if I got to ride for just an hour. It took about 8 hours to get to Prescott. I got into town and went straight to the store to meet the team and see what I was up against in person, as pictures didn’t do it justice. I also met my...

Prescott Adventure
Prescott Adventure
Prescott Adventure
Prescott Adventure
Prescott Adventure
Prescott Adventure
Prescott Adventure
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Oct 15 2014 - 2:42pm | by miguelramos

Well there comes that time of year where all the bike companies decide to meet in one of the most expensive, sinful, and ridiculously fun cities in America. A little hot place called Las Vegas. A moment in cycling where the old stuff will be showcased and replaced with the new, and beer flows 24 hours a day for all cyclist alike. The industry renowned INTERBIKE in Vegas is home to the unfailing of next years cycling goods. So IF you don't blow it all at the tables, you can get your hands on some fine product for next year. Luckily for me, I don't gamble…so I'm all good.

This year...

Viva La Road Trip... Vegas Style Baby!
Viva La Road Trip... Vegas Style Baby!
Viva La Road Trip... Vegas Style Baby!
Viva La Road Trip... Vegas Style Baby!
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Events