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Cold Weather Cycling

Cold Weather Cycling Staying on the Bike When the Weather Gets Cold To many cyclists it’s not the lack of time riding during the Summer that hinders their overall progress and fitness goals, it’s the long break when the weather turns cooler. To many people, riding a bike in the late Fall or throughout the […]

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Pre-Ride Bike Checklist

Cycling Pre-ride Bike Check It’s always good habit to do a quick check of your gear before you head out on the road or trail. Here are a few things I recommend you take a quick look at to ensure your safety and enjoy a fun trouble free ride. This is especially important if you haven’t […]

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The Fit Cyclist 4-6 wk Training Plan A

The Fit Cyclist 4-6 wk Training Plan A For Who: ALL LEVELS-Charity Riders, MTB, Cyclocross, Road Time: 30-90 min or 5-8 hrs a week Here is a simple training plan you can use for 4-6 weeks to lay down a solid foundation to complete your local charity rides or just getting in shape to ride […]

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A Great Day to Get Back on the Bike

Today’s a Great Day to Get Back on the Bike   Many of us have shared Queen’s sentiment of “wanting to ride my bicycle” but too often it was Nirvana that we  followed instead because there was always, “something in the way.” There can be a number of things that have prevented you from getting […]

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Why Cross Train for Cycling?

Why Cross Train for Cycling? If your cycling results have hit a brick wall even though you’ve been following your training routine faithfully, maybe it’s time to try cross training. What’s that, you say? It’s when you change your regular workout and add in other types of exercise. Here are 6 of the best reasons to […]

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Plyometrics for Cycling

Plyometrics for Cycling Could Plyometrics help you be a better cyclist? Plyometrics is a specific type of training that is designed to produce fast, powerful explosive movements and also will improve the functions of the nervous system.   Plyometric movements are performed by loading up a muscle and then contracting in rapid sequence.  Think of […]

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Homemade Bike Rollers

Homemade Bike Rollers Thought this was really cool video so thought I’d share it. Great way to make a very inexpensive set of rollers. I have always wanted my own set but was hesitant at spending the money. Fun  video, I may have to just make a set. Enjoy-

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