Comfortable Ergonomic Bicycle Seats
- Comfortable ergonomic bicycle seats for all bike riders
- Cradles your "sit-bones" to alleviate pressure points
- Wide seat area for better weight distribution
- Eliminates chafing on the inner thigh area
- Ergonomic center relief eliminates pelvic/perineal pressure
- Comfortable "long-ride" suspension system
- Ventilated seat slots reduce heat/moisture buildup
- Works great on trainers and exercise bikes
We are not talking about carb loading here or fueling for that grueling 20 mile cycling ride. What I want to talk about is that snack you pack on that recreational ride you take with your family or a group of friends.
I’m not good with following recipes. I usually just throw stuff in that seems to be a good compliment and taste as I go. My version of an Edamame Dip is a bit of guesswork in the quantity so adjust as you need to but I think you will love it. It should be a relatively smooth and thick consistency like a hummus. It has a very fresh flavor and is divine with rice crackers if you want to toss them in too.
Spring has sprung and you are just itching to get out there for a ride on your bike. A good tune-up will reduce your risk of having unsuspected breakdowns or worse an accident caused by faulty equipment on the trail or road.
Welcome to the second part of our series on winter cycling! Last week we covered the modifications and maintenance that can be done to prepare your bike for winter riding. This week we will cover what you can do to prepare yourself for the ride!
Countless people ride their bikes to work or school during the summer months, but this number drops drastically when the winter months roll around. As the snow and ice begin to accumulate on the roads and sidewalks many people opt to take public transport or drive. If you are the kind of person who would like to ride your bike year round but are wary of the cold and less than ideal conditions this post is for you! We will be breaking down some of the things you can do to prepare your bike and yourself for your winter commute in a two part series.