August 26, 2017

cycling ›   fitness ›   safety ›  


August 09, 2017

running ›   safety ›  


January 20, 2017

biking ›   cycle360 ›   cycling ›   cyclists ›   safety ›  


Why Cyclists Choose AfterShokz

Check out why these cyclists choose to wear AfterShokz for their rides.

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May 31, 2016

headphones ›   running ›   safety ›   teens ›   tweens ›  


Ask and you shall receive. Introducing: Trekz Titanium Mini!

What started as a stretch goal within the launch of Trekz Titanium on Indiegogo last year, is now officially available to the masses on our website. Measuring approximately 2 inches (4.7cm) smaller than the original, the Mini was sized to snugly fit tweens, teens and adults with smaller heads. 

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How much impact can one person really have on the world?

The world’s a pretty big place. There’s a lot of bad out there too - a lot of poverty, a lot of illness, a lot of homelessness, and a lot of inequality. And I’m just one person. One 20-something who works 9 to 5 in an office with just 7 others. I don’t lead a powerful or overly exciting life. A big day for me is when I remember to floss or when I find a $5 bill in an old jacket pocket. What can little ‘ol me really do to make a change in the world?

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April 05, 2016

accident ›   AfterShokz ›   headphones ›   running ›   safety ›  


You never think it’ll happen to you until it does.

I wake up each day with a mission: to reach more people, more of you, with an introduction to the company I’m a part of and the solutions we provide with our products.

I spend countless hours brainstorming with our marketing team. I travel the country attending events in an effort to educate the masses on the dangers of inattentiveness related to headphone use, while preaching the benefits of ours (AfterShokz). I exhaust our ad budget telling our story. Mainstream media reports on the issue, though there’s little research on the topic and what does exist is outdated. News outlets will cover lives lost — but there’s a gap in follow up as it relates to products or activities dedicated to solving the problem.

Here’s where shit gets real...

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