To create this video, Brion McCarthy, the stellar Baltimore photographer and his fun videography team got up very early to capture footage of jersey production at the cut and sew factory, the daily workings at SassyCyclist HQ (aka my home office), and bike riding on the beautiful rural roads of Baltimore county. It was cool to see the project go from an idea to a storyboard to filming, which included a steady stream of coffee, hanging out of the back of a vehicle, and watching my dog size up the microphone which looked a lot like a squirrel! I thank them for their work in creating this snappy, short video to show SassyCyclist in its best light!
9 bike safety tips from Sassycyclist to help keep you safe. Start with a reflective stripe down the back of your jersey for high visibility in low light.
9 Bike Safety Tips
Invest in good lights for your bike and gear. Put a headlight on the handlebars, a flickering taillight on the seat stem, and a light on your helmet too. Use the flashing mode on the headlight during daytime hours.
Wear bright clothing with reflective features.
Add reflective stickers to your bike and gear, particularly on parts that move, such as shoes, pedals and wheels.
Ride in the early morning hours when fewer cars are on the road. It's worth losing a little sleep to get a head start.
One of the best bike safety tips is to choose lightly-traveled roads.
Ride in a decent size group. Safety in numbers.
Avoid riding two (or three!) abreast. Talk at a rest stop or over coffee or beers afterwards.
Participate in an organized ride. They're a great opportunity to meet fellow cyclists and bike along routes usually chosen for the scenery and slower pace.
Consider mountain biking or trail riding for a different off road experience. It's fun!
How our cycling jerseys and headbands are made in a local factory in Baltimore, Maryland. Outlines the advantages of local production.
The size, fit, and great features of the Sassy cycling jerseys are especially tailored for female bike riders.
Video about origins of Sassy Cyclist, a small business started to fill an overlooked need for improved cycling apparel and gear for women bike riders.