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Filming the Montague Crosstown

Tweet We recently went out to film a new video for the Montague Crosstown, a 7-speed 700c folding bike that’s perfect for bike paths, commutes, and around town riding. Take a look at the latest edit, as well as some photos from our day of shooting.  A few behind the scenes shots: Be sure to [...]
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Mother’s Day Gift Guide for Cyclists

Tweet A reminder to all you sons, daughters, and husbands out there: Sunday May 11th is Mother’s Day! “Most of all the other beautiful things in life come by twos and threes, by dozens and hundreds. Plenty of roses, stars, sunsets, rainbows, brothers and sisters, aunts and cousins, comrades and friends—but only one mother in [...]
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Montague Throwback Thursday Post

Tweet For our post today, we wanted to take a cue from the ever popular #ThrowbackThursday with a look at some vintage photos from Montague’s storied history. Now lighter, stronger, and easier to fold than ever, Montague bikes have certainly come a long way from their early designs. We’re never done innovating, so keep any [...]
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Doctors Prescribe Cycling

Tweet You and I both know cycling is healthy. If more people took to the bicycle for transportation, we would have a healthier nation. Well now, doctors in Boston can write a prescription for cycling. An initiative by Mayor Marty Walsh and Boston Medical Center was unveiled on Wednesday which allows doctors to prescribe a membership to [...]
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Taipei Cycle Show Recap

Tweet Earlier this month, Asia’s largest bike exhibition, the Taipei Cycle Show took place in Taipei, Taiwan. Montague made the trip over to exhibit our full size folding bikes to the world, and we want to give you an inside look at our trip. After almost 24 hours of travel and a stopover in Tokyo, [...]
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PeopleForBikes Green Lane Project: Boston

Tweet The nation’s leading bicycle advocacy group, PeopleForBikes is implementing the second edition of their Green Lane Project. The program will provide financial, strategic, and technical assistance to build protected bike lanes in 6 new US cities; Atlanta, Denver, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, Seattle, and Montague’s home town of Boston, MA. The proposed bike lanes from the Green [...]
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Volvo Unveils Cyclist Detection System

Tweet According to The Outdoor Foundation, cycling is the second most popular outdoor activity in the United States, with 60 million adult Americans riding each year. While studies show that we’re biking to work more than ever, most U.S. cities have a long way to go before they can be compared to the most bike friendly [...]
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3D Printing in the Bike Industry?

Tweet One of the most exciting new technologies of the last few years is 3D Printing, a process where three dimensional objects of virtually any shape can be made from digital models. Unlike other forms of manufacturing which rely on removing material through cutting and drilling, 3D printing is an additive process, building objects layer by [...]
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A Journey Through the Americas with Montague Bikes

Tweet Our friends Mireia from Spain, and Alex from Belgium were born to live adventurously. These two Montague bike riders have decided to take a year off on their professional careers to live their dream: They’ve just begun their year long journey of traveling North America, Central America and South America and they’ve been kind [...]
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Naked Bike Rides: Fun and Activism

Tweet Cyclists, bike lovers, riders of all ages and genders, ride their bikes to commute, for pleasure, and for fitness. People do their grocery shopping, go to the movies, work out, visit friends and family, go the beach, and go to the end of the world if they have to, all by bike.  But usually… [...]
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