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New standards for bike blending events

  We are continuing to make and sell bike blenders and are getting some inquiries for events, though most of our partners and clients are understandably hesitant to plan gatherings. We’re encouraging partners to produce outdoor events, the safest way to go. Your group will be glad to hear from you, and we’ll be there […]

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Rock the Bike’s – Bike Blended Smoothie Menu

Whether you have an upcoming full-service event or if you are seeking inspiration for your rented or purchased bike, these are some of our favorite bike-blended smoothie options! If you don’t have fruit that is pre-frozen, and you decide to add ice, you will get the best results with small ice cubes placed on top […]

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Fender Blender Pro Assembly

Crewmember Maisha from the Rock The Bike events team goes step by step through the assembly of the Fender Blender Pro. For best results have your owner’s manual in addition to this video. Packaging: 0:13 Crossbeam: 0:53 Rear Legs: 1:45 Pedals: 2:48 Wheel & Chain: 3:27 Seat Post: 5:11 Stem & Handlebars: 5:58 Blender Base: […]

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What is a coach?

You’ve gone to great lengths to have an interactive Pedal Power activity at your event, and you want the best results. We’ve found that having a “coach” is essential to having a hit. Once you read all the different things a coach does, you’ll want one too. The person who greets your group as they […]

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Troubleshooting Tips for the Fender Blender Pro

Need help assembling or tuning your Fender Blender Pro? Check out our series of troubleshooting tips, brought to you by the finest bike blender mechanics in the world. FENDER BLENDER PRO ASSEMBLY: TORQUE SLIP ON BIKE BLENDERS : HOW TO ADJUST THE BLENDER PLATTER: HOW TO DETANGLE THE CHAIN AND INSTALL THE WHEEL: FENDER BLENDER DISASSEMBLY AND […]

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How Loud is the Blender?

We blended ice and water (the loudest thing you can blend) and found the following measurements: At 2 feet, it peaked at 85db for the first few seconds and fell to 75-80 for the rest of the time. At 5 ft, it peaked at 77 for the first few seconds and fell to 70-73. At […]

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How to Attach the Spin Art

1. Fit the u-shaped piece around the FBU‘s blending component, resting on the rear rack. 2. Slip the J-hook through the Spin Art’s open slots. Hook the FBU’s rear rack with the J-hook. Note: the below photo has the whole unit upside down to show you what is happening. 3. Use the wing nuts to […]

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Can I use my own speakers / mixer and still benefit from your Pedal Power system?

What’s unique about the speaker is that it’s the only Pro Sound loudspeaker that can take DC power, i.e. bike power, as an input. Most Pro Sound loudspeakers require AC power. For the Pedal Power world this means you have to use an inverter to turn DC power into AC. But it only gets turned […]

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Bike Blending: How many crew? How much ingredients? How many bikes?

Here’s a copy of a recent receipt from Trader Joe’s for a Bike Blending event that served 100 people. To serve the most people in the least time, here are the factors to consider: – Ingredients. This is the easiest. Ingredients cost $0.60 per 8 oz smoothie. Scale this to meet your crowd’s needs. – […]

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What do I need for a successful Spin Art Station?

Paper. Paper sized 8.5″ x 11″, 5.5″ x 8″, or 5″ x 7″ works best. For extra branding use paper with the company letter head, or you can place a stamp or sticker with your logo / brand on plain white paper. Save money and the environment by recycling old office paper (one-sided printing only), […]

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Which Rock the Bike Pedal Power Bikes are available to rent for our event?

You can green your event by renting our Pedal Power gear, reducing your carbon footprint and inspiring people at your event. Pedal Power gives your event attendees a unique experience that they will never forget. Check out all our great Pedal Powered activities for rent, and let’s start talking about your upcoming event.

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How long does it take to blend a smoothie with the Fender Blender?

It takes about 30 seconds of medium-hard pedaling to blend a smoothie with a Fender Blender. Make sure to layer your smoothie properly! Soft items on the bottom and ice on top.

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Can the Fender Blender be adjusted to different resistance levels?

The Fender Blender Pro has only one gear. The way to make it easier or harder is to change what you put in your blender pitcher. For example, smaller ice cubes are easier to crush than larger ones, and frozen fruit is easier to crush compared to fresh fruit with ice.

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