Revisiting Our Product Reviews

I used it on a few short trips around the neighborhood, but then ended up giving it away in March.  I’ve seen these being sold at Mellow Johnny’s and REI, and am actually quite surprised that they would carry an item that is not as safe as other options on the market.  My Son really loved that seat, but now seems happy riding behind me once again in the Chariot trailer.

Reveal the Path Movie – Review Done on June 13, 2012

It’s been just a couple months since my Son and I got the chance to premier the movie, Reveal the Path – “a visually stunning adventure by bike”.  I gave this movie a spectacular review and I can honestly say that I can’t wait to see it again.  I might not get the chance to see it up on the big screen again, but will definitely pick up a DVD to keep with me.

There are a few more screenings of this movie going on in the US through October, so check out their listings and be sure to take it in if they’re coming to your city.  Otherwise, be sure to grab a DVD so you can be inspired for life on and off the bike whenever you need it.  You need to see this movie.

Other than the Clif Bar Shot Bloks, I was comp’d all these other items….but if you know me, then you’ll know that my reviews are honest and I’m not just plugging any of these because they’re paying me to do so.  To read about all the reviews we’ve done here at Loving the Bike, head over to our “Real Product Reviews” section.

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  • Pamela

    Those Pearl Izumi shoes LOOK like they’re amazing.

  • Reg

    I like anything that clif has to offer. I have never tried the shot roks though and will need to pick some up. Thanks for the tip.

  • Jerry

    upon your recommendation last time I took in a viewing of Reveal the Path when it came to my city. I agree that it is very good and I would like a dvd copy to have for myself. I will go look into that now.

  • Brandon Eason

    What was it about the iBert that you found unsafe Daryl? My kids are both too big, but I used it extensively probably a couple hundred miles on it, road and light trail, and I never felt unsafe with mine, and never had any mishaps. Just curious.

    • http://lovingthebike.com Darryl is Loving the Bike

      Hi Brandon, For me, the iBert seemed pretty flimsy and I wasn’t too keen on one little safety pin being all that really held it together. I found that the clamp that locked to the bike never held all that great either. I’m glad it worked out for you. I never had any major issues, but just never felt too confident in it.