Manhattan Portage // Bags

Posted on Oct 19, 2016
Manhattan Portage // Bags

We are pleased to now represent a well-known name in the bag industry: Manhattan Portage. I’ve personally owned a Manhattan Portage bag for years, and when we started speaking with the brand a short while back, I was hoping that we could find room for them in our shops. We finally have. If you don’t […]

Fall Sale // Sweet Deals

Posted on Oct 15, 2016
Fall Sale // Sweet Deals

The Huckleberry Bicycles Fall Sale There is something special about this time of year in the Bay Area.  A sudden blast of late summer heat gives way to crisp cool weather and short days. The uncertainty of the next six months grows a bit heavy.  Will it rain all winter? Do I need new bike […]

A Clean Slate

Posted on Sep 14, 2016
A Clean Slate

A Clean Slate The best place for any cyclist to call home is the San Francisco Bay Area. The countless trails in The North Bay, The CX scene in the winter, endless roads in the East Bay. It’s easy to get sucked down the rabbit hole that is Bay Area Bike Culture. The problem many […]

SFO // DX // YXY // SEA

Posted on Sep 11, 2016
SFO // DX // YXY // SEA

In a metropolis that fosters a sense of personal pride when you tackle the hills on your way to work(we’ve definitely got world class riding; see Tour de California), is synonymous with the fixed gear scene, and continues to show new growth in first-time cyclists; our bicycle pathways kind of suck. The Bay Area as […]

Work With Huckleberry

Posted on Sep 10, 2016
Work With Huckleberry

Now hiring for our San Francisco location! We are currently seeking communicative, passionate people to talk with our clientele about bikes and other fine items we have to offer. Call it a sales position if you’d like. We prefer to think of the position as the opportunity to spend time with a great crew, talking […]

How to get into Cyclocross

Posted on Aug 22, 2016
How to get into Cyclocross

How to get into Cyclocross “There’s a dirt ride this Saturday but it’s totally doable on a road bike”. That’s what Ryan told me about the ride he had planned and it’s what I kept repeating to myself as I descended Coastal Trail in the Marin Headlands on 23mm slicks and as I climbed up […]

How to Lock your bike

Posted on Aug 5, 2016
How to Lock your bike

How to lock your bike in 5 steps First, please don’t take our word as bible, there are many Many MANY ways of both protecting your bicycle and getting it stolen. But there are a few things to keep in mind for riding your bike around; whether it’s San Francisco or the East Bay, or […]

Building a Surly Pugsley

Posted on Aug 4, 2016
Building a Surly Pugsley

Surly Pugsley + Donuts We had a Surly Pugsley on the stand this morning, the lighting was good and donuts a-plenty!

Salsa Cycles 2017 Line-up

Posted on Aug 2, 2016
Salsa Cycles 2017 Line-up

Gravel Riding // Touring // Bike-Packing // Adventure Salsa Debuts and Huckleberry Reviews Last week at Northstar in Tahoe, Salsa Cycles invited a handful of premier bicycle dealers to view, hear about, and thrash their latest bikes. And that is exactly what we did. Damn, it was fun. With some brand new models, some complete […]

On A Mission Recap

Posted on Jul 20, 2016
On A Mission Recap

Day 1 – Carmel By the Sea to Fort Hunter Liggett The idea was simple, ride from the coast to Mission San Antonio De Padua, explore Indians Road and take photographs of the experience. The Day 1 route was set to Mission San Antonio de Padua with a short lunch break in Arroyo Seco. What started […]