2015 Blog Archive

November 2015

September 2015

Volunteer to Count People Biking and Walking in Your Community

Volunteer to Count People Biking and Walking in Your Community

One, two, clip in that shoe. Three, four count some more — people walking and bicycling, that is.

Julie Gregg // 09.16.2015

Washington is conducting bicycle and walking counts in cities all over the state. Volunteer in your community for the chance to win a Sportworks No Scratch® Tofino bike rack.

August 2015

Biking to Work in May and Beyond

Biking to Work in May and Beyond

Sportworks Employees Rack Up Bike Commute Miles During Bike to Work Month

Julie Gregg // 08.04.2015

Bike to Work month may have wrapped up in May, but here at Sportworks, riding to work is a year round passion for some employees. This year, our bike to work team consisted of 7 riders who tallied 208 trips and logged 2,357 miles while burning a combined total of 115,493 calories. That’s 400 slices of pizza or 650 micro beers or 260 frosted chocolate donuts for those who track such things.

July 2015

May 2015

April 2015

March 2015

A Profile of the 2015 Washington State Bike Summit

A Profile of the 2015 Washington State Bike Summit

Advocates, planners, engineers, students, manufacturers and more come together to share a vision for better bicycle infrastructure.

Julie Gregg // 03.25.2015

State Bike Summit fills to capacity with 185 attendees coming from around the state

February 2015

No Scratch® Goes Full Circle

No Scratch® Goes Full Circle

New Oahu No-Scratch® Bike Rack Rounds Out Popular Product Line

Julie Gregg // 02.10.2015

We are excited to introduce a beautiful new addition to our No Scratch® family of products. The Oahu No Scratch® bike rack features our patent pending design with No Scratch® bumper which gently protects bikes while they are parked.

January 2015

The Why

The Why

01.30.2015

A company of people passionate about cycling and advancing those opportunities for all tends to look at the market with a different set of eyes that a typical manufacturer. You begin to ask questions and are not satisfied with the typical answers. However, you go beyond simply asking questions and work to engineer a product that you believe will revolutionize the industry.