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Mar 9, 2017
Today I want to talk about bike trainers... as in make your bike a stationary bike for riding when you can't or don't want to get outside to ride. I have always looked at bike trainers over purchasing a stationary bike and yes I broke down and bought one.
Mar 24, 2016
This month we are looking at Charity Cycling. There are all sorts of ways to raise donations for your favorite cause. Let cycling be one of them! Not only are you raising funds and public awareness, you are also staying healthy and getting in shape.
Jan 18, 2016
Ok Christmas is over, New Years is here and it's time to forgot about presents, turkey, gravy and goodwill. It's time to get out and burn off some of the calories and what better way to do it than going for a mountain bike ride? For many riders a new way to get out is on a “Fat Bike”.
Dec 7, 2015
This week we are just going to touch on a few gadgets in the commuter / recreational bicycle market, things like belt drives, split flexing seat posts etc.
Sep 1, 2015
There is nothing better than a great batch of hearty Lentil soup after a great day out on your mountain bike riding the trails. You’re starving, and all you want to do is just sit down and chill while you fill the void you have successfully established in your middle area. This is a great hearty soup that will fill it and give you a sense of satisfaction that you fueled yourself with what the body needs.
Jun 25, 2015
Over 70% of Americans are deficient in magnesium. As a cyclist, you should always be concerned with ensuring you’re not in that 70%. Magnesium deficiency is actually one of the most common nutritional deficiencies in athletes.
Feb 1, 2015
Jan 31, 2015
What a great ride, but now you get off your bike and you’re feeling a bit tight and worn. It’s time to stretch out all that tension, and open up those joints so we can feel revitalized again. Let’s have a look at the deeper side of yoga and make the best use of our time when we are lengthening those muscles and joints.
Dec 16, 2014
Oct 20, 2014
Sep 1, 2014
Jul 1, 2014
The single most important item a cyclist can pack is water. You don’t need to be a hard core cyclist to make water the number one item to pack. Water makes up 70-75% of our tissues, and dehydration will leave you feeling lethargic and susceptible to joint injury; so if nothing else, make sure you have enough water for your excursion. You’ll enjoy your ride more if you’re hydrated, and you’ll feel stronger on your ride....
Jun 1, 2014
May 31, 2014
May 30, 2014
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.
Mar 31, 2014
Jan 24, 2014
Jan 17, 2014
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.