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Back for its eighth installment, it’s time for another Stoked Spoke Series!! Stoked Spoke is a series of bicycling adventure presentations hosted in-person by members of the community. In observance of these dark, wet, cold winter days, this series is intended to bring our community together and inspire your next adventure. Each evening highlights four to […]

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It’s late January. The dead of winter. Here at Swift HQ in Seattle things are grey, cold & wet. Gardens have mostly been reduced to slick mud and we’re months out from the return of most of our farmer’s markets. Wherever you’re tuning in from it’s likely a similar story. So we asked our friend […]

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Back for its eighth installment, it’s time for another Stoked Spoke Series!! Stoked Spoke is a series of bicycling adventure presentations hosted in-person by members of the community. 2024 will feature presentations in Seattle and Denver in January, February & March.  Full details here! Did you miss the January 2024 presentations? Well not to worry. […]

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Maybe like us you are taking advantage of the winter season to plan and dream about your cycling adventures for Spring and summer 2024. Or maybe you’re packing up your bike right now and heading to warmer weather. Swift Ambassador Anton Krupicka has some advice and lessons learned on Bicycle Touring Internationally. Read on for […]

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This Swiftmas we’re showcasing 9 standout gift guides from community members from Seattle to Manila. On the Last Day of Swiftmas…. Hailey Moore A Gift Guide for Gravel & Road Cycling Hi Hailey! Tell us about yourself: I got into bikes through commuting—first in high school in North Carolina and again later after moving to […]

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This Swiftmas we’re showcasing 9 standout gift guides from community members from Seattle to Manila.   On the Sixth Day of Swiftmas…. Tetsuo Ehara A Gift Guide for Bicycle Touring Hi Tetsuo, tell us about yourself: I love camping and biking separately, but the pictures I saw of Surly’s LHT on the internet were so […]

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This Swiftmas we’re showcasing 9 standout gift guides from community members from Seattle to Manila.   On the 7th Day of Swiftmas….  Marlowe Apeles Hello Marlowe! Tell us a little about yourself: Hi, I’m Marlowe, the head mechanic behind the wrench (and founder) at BudolbuddyPh, our independent bike workshop here in Manila. 🛠 Growing up […]

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This Swiftmas we’re showcasing 9 standout gift guides from community members from Seattle to Manila.   On the 6th Day of Swiftmas…. Ron Lewis A Gift Guide for Bikepacking Hello Ron! Tell us about yourself: Well, let’s see…my name is Ron Lewis. I’m a Scorpio. I love the studio output of Steely Dan (1972-1980), woodfired […]

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This Swiftmas we’re showcasing 9 standout gift guides from community members from Seattle to Manila. On the Third Day of Swiftmas…. Steve Kirbach Hiya Steve! Tell us a little about yourself: Coffee and bikes together have been a huge part of my life since I moved to the Pacific Northwest. Some of my first friends […]

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This Swiftmas we’re showcasing 9 standout gift guides from community members from Seattle to Manila. On the Fourth Day of Swiftmas…. Beija Flor A Gift Guide for The Urban Cyclist Hello Beija! Tell us a little about yourself: Hiya! I’m Beija Flor, born & raised in Seattle, Washington relocated to Portland and came back 2020 […]

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This Swiftmas we’re showcasing 9 standout gift guides from community members from Seattle to Manila.   On the Third Day of Swiftmas…. Marcus Gomersall A Gift Guide for Commuting by Bicycle Hi Marcus, tell us about yourself: I’m a primary school teacher from the UK now residing in Seoul, South Korea, working in a diverse […]

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This Swiftmas we’re showcasing 9 standout gift guides from community members from Seattle to Manila.     On the Second Day of Swiftmas…. Izzy Sederbaum Hi Izzy! Tell us about yourself: My name is Izzy and I’m a PhD candidate in public policy at the University of Washington in Seattle. I’m also a retired bike […]

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