This month we chatted with one of our lead assemblers, Rosario. She’s worked for Saris for 14 years and just bought a brand-new Trek road bike. Last Saturday, Rosario could be seen sporting her slick new ride at the Bike for Boys and Girls Club of Dane County.
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Twenty five years ago we bought a 15-year-old rack company known as Graber Products. To honor such a significant milestone in the life of the company, we wanted to celebrate those who made 25 years of success possible.
By the close of National Bike Month 2014, 60 Saris Cycling Group employees pedaled their way to the office. That’s over 30% of our workforce and 12 more commuters than last year!
We like bikes. A lot. We like bikes so much that we believe that everyone (yep, everyone) should be able to ride a bike—no matter their age, experience, or ability.
And we’re not alone.
We’re talking about Ride2Recovery (R2R). R2R is a partnership of Fitness Challenge (a non-profit), the Military, and the VA Volunteer Service Office. R2R specializes in programs that help support the rehabilitation and recovery of U.S. homeland heroes.
The Saint Francis Tulsa Tough is a massive three-day event in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This cycling festival includes criterium races for amateurs and pros, non-competitive Gran Fondo rides, and the ever popular Townie Ride. This year’s events will take place this weekend, June 6-8th in downtown and midtown Tulsa.
You’ve likely heard of Bike to Work Week (BTWW) or perhaps Bike to Work Day. You know, that week (or day) in May when everyone and their kindergarten teacher rolls out their trusty two-wheeler, dusts off their old backpack, and clips a helmet under their chin.
We challenged a select number of dealers to submit a 30 second video featuring our Solo Glow. With this challenge came an added twist: dealers had to feature a light source along with the rack. Four Saris dealers heeded our call to action and produced some glowing videos. Videos were then submitted to us here at Saris and we watched the number of views climb. The video with the most views on Vimeo or YouTube was dubbed the winner. So without further ado, congratulations to… Continue reading