About Us

BikesPassion is here to help you in your bike journey. Hey, all I am is Joe Marino I love to ride bikes and teach others how to ride them. Most of my articles are about which bike is best for others. I am passionate about cycling and it shows, whether I am writing about a $25 bicycle from any random website or a $5000 Santa Cruz. I have always been the guy who gets calls from friends while at work asking which bike they should buy. I have written about the best city bike for commuting, the best folding bike for use on public transit, and even what to keep in mind when shopping for kids’ bikes. You can follow my blog and read all of my other articles on my website.

If you have any questions you can contact me here: [email protected]

How I Started My Cycling AND Now

When I was younger, I loved cycling. I would spend hours out on my bike, exploring the neighborhoods around me. As I got older, my love for cycling only grew. I started riding for fun, and then eventually began racing. Cycling became my life.

Eventually, I decided to turn my passion into a career and became a professional cyclist. I competed in races worldwide and even won a few of them. But one day, I decided that it was time to move on from cycling.

I retired from competitive cycling and started a new career as a cycling carrier. It’s been great being able to share my love of cycling with others and help them experience the joy that comes with riding a  bike.

If you’re thinking about getting into cycling, or are already a cyclist looking for some new challenges, I highly recommend checking out some of the great cycling routes in and around Los Angeles. There are so many amazing places to ride, and the scenery is unbeatable. Trust me, you won’t be disappointed.

Happy trails!

Best Time To Start

There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on a number of factors, such as your fitness level, cycling experience, and the weather conditions. However, in general, the best time to start cycling is in the spring or early summer when the weather is milder and there are fewer crowds on the roads. If you’re just starting out, it’s important to take things slowly and build up your fitness gradually. And remember to always wear a helmet when cycling!

If you want to find out a bit more nitty-gritty things about cycling you are always welcome read more on my blog https://bikespassion.com/