About Jeff Hendricks

Jeff Hendricks is a professing geek, tech whiz, musician, father, and
bike commuter. He’s currently a technical writer. A proponent of the
bike lifestyle. Prefers cheap and functional over new and shiny.

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I went skydiving once. It was the most exhilarating/terrifying feeling I think I've ever experienced. You see, I'm what's called an adrenaline junkie. I admit it... and admitting you have a problem is the first step... but it's true. I did it because … [Read more...]

Safety By The Numbers

Life changes, and sometimes you find out you're just along for the ride. Three years ago, just as I was turning my life around, I ended up in the hospital with a shattered femur. I had been the victim of a red light runner, and let's just say … [Read more...]

6 Free Fitness Tracking Apps Reviewed

We can't escape it, we're in the digital age. Companies are all about Data, and we as consumers have followed along. With the rise of GPS-enabled devices in phones and bike computers, almost anyone can now track their cycling and running statistics, … [Read more...]

Cateye Commuter CC-COM10W Review

If you're like me, and you like to ride your bike to places, then you probably have some sort of device on your bike that lets you track miles, speed, time, and so forth. A lot of these bike computers are focused on tracking data for training rides- … [Read more...]

Why I Bike Commute: Jeff Hendricks

The Journey Begins: Have you ever been at a point where you know you need to change, but you just don't know where to start? Four years ago, I was at that point. This would have been around 2010. I had recently moved back to my home town, … [Read more...]

Rural Bike Commuting: It’s Not The City

Okay, I'll admit it... every time I hear stories about bike commuters in the city, it fills me with pangs of jealousy, and some days I'll even descend into a mild (non-medical-grade) depression about the non-attainability of city commuting in the … [Read more...]