Aig Promotes Bike Tours Through the City of São Paulo

American International Group, Inc. (AIG), in order to help build a better tomorrow, is carrying out a variety of activities that enhance people’s well-being and safety. On September 22, the Company sponsored the second night cycling tour through the streets of São Paulo. Continue reading “Aig Promotes Bike Tours Through the City of São Paulo”

Manaslu: Comet

Usage:
4 seasons
Capacity: 1 person
Length: 2, 20 m
Width: 1, 00 m
Max height: 0, 84
Ports: 1
Arches: 2
Advance: 0.80 m
Advance am. 0.78 m
Weight: 2.34 Kg
FRAMES AND ESPEQUES
-Frame in tubes of Duralumin (dural) with 10 mm diameter and internal fittings. The rods are joined by chubby LaTeX elastic with es-section thickness of 3 mm, avoiding losses and doubts at the time of Assembly. Continue reading “Manaslu: Comet”

Where to Buy on the Net?

You live in a city where there’s no specialty stores for backpackers and adventurers?, or do you want to simply shop for the intenet. Thinking of you and many backpackers the Brazil site of Mochila.COM decided to put an end to this problem, we have selected below some virtual stores and brands of equipment for you to search for the best price. Continue reading “Where to Buy on the Net?”

Do You Know What the Cycle Chic Movement Is?

Xycle Chic is a movement that advocates being able to pedal in style, without having to be an athlete or facing the activity as a sports practice. The idea is to retire the fitness clothes and adopt the use of ordinary clothes, used in their daily commitments. Continue reading “Do You Know What the Cycle Chic Movement Is?”

What Goes in Backpack of a Four Year Old Child

One of the recurring questions that ask me about our  family triparound the world is how to decide on luggage for a year. The golden rule is that we should only pack what is really necessary, because the burden of all those needs will be felt by our arms and back.  Continue reading “What Goes in Backpack of a Four Year Old Child”

Giro Silo, the First Biodegradable and Recyclable Cycling Helmet

As we all know, every cycling helmet has a lifetime.  Even though it has never been tested in any type of accident, prolonged exposure to the sun, coupled with factors such as body sweating and natural wear and tear, make the life of a helmet between three and five years. Continue reading “Giro Silo, the First Biodegradable and Recyclable Cycling Helmet”