Trout Brook Valley Trail Awareness Day Saturday June 19th 8am-4pm CTNEMBA in conjunction with the Aspetuck Land Trust will be holding a trail awareness day educating all park users of issues currently affecting the park. CTNEMBA Trail Ambassador’s will be on hand to meet and greet mountain ... — full article at ctnemba.blogspot.com
The 2010 Happening at Hungtington was a huge success this year, in part due to the weather and the outstanding members who volunteered their time and effort to help put this event on. There were over 70 registered riders, with people coming as far from the west as Beacon, NY, and the east just ... — full article at ctnemba.blogspot.com
This week I was told" Thanks for ruining my week", I was called rediculous, immature, childish, a hard headed idiot, told I was acting like a Nazi, and told that talking to me was like talking to a 3rd grader. I have been studying and processing my experiences for several years now. ... — full article at ashevillejanes.blogspot.com
Over 100 Riders Vying For Votes To Win – Enter By June 14
WHISTLER, BC June 9, 2010 – On June 14 Bike Parks BC’s panel of celebrity judges will begin sifting through hundreds of photographs and blogs submitted by riders explaining why they deserve the most epic season of stoke ever awarded.
Last night at my MTB Skills & Fitness Boot Camp we went over cornering. Cornering is one of the Holy Grails of riding – riders that can do it well go faster with less effort. However, as I learned over the course of two Better Ride camps with Gene Hamilton it also a ... — full article at bikejames.com
Why must I feel like this today I'm a soldier but afraid sometimes To face the things that may Block the sun from shinin' rays And fill my life with shades of grey But still I long to find a way So today I pray for grace I take a moment to myself So I can myself To feel myself And be real ... — full article at ashevillejanes.blogspot.com
And here I told everyone that I got 4th place, I am so embarrassed. Regardless of where I placed I still had fun and looking at the CAT2 Results , my time bested 8 others mostly in lower age groups. — full article at cyclesnack.com
Reviewed by Brian Mullin http://www.gramslightbikes.com/
I tested and reviewed the Continental Rubber Queen’s (now known as the Trail King in the US) about a year ago, and thought they were a great tire. Brett Hahn the US Brand Manager for Continental, asked me to try out the UST version of the RQ’s. Since then, I [...]
Update - As of 8th June 2010 the event has been postponed until 2011 due to 'unforseen circumstances'
Ideal for those not out to break course records and drill themselves in the big ring. The Burning Bike is a three stage event held on the long weekend of 13/14th June 2010 at Tarnagulla, about 50 minutes West of Bendigo and is perfect for a cruisy ride with mates.
With a hill climb and a 10km night lap stage on the Saturday you'll be fired up for the 50km single loop ride on the Sunday.
Stir up your family and mates, grab some marshmallows and get ready to sing coombyah by the bonfire.
Fort William, Scotland
After a two week break, World Cup DH racing resumed in Fort William, Scotland, the site of the 2007 World Championships and an annual stop for the World Cup circuit. Fort William is a rider favorite, as it is one of the longest courses on the circuit at almost five minutes long and [...]
Kali Protectives co-owner pushing the boundaries of a rider driven company.
Oceanside, CA, June 9, 2010 – Kali Protectives co-owner, Mike Wilson, will be pushing his riding limits this week as he embarks on the Race Across the West (RAW). This 860 mile solo, non-stop event starts at noon on June 9th in Oceanside, California [...]
Colorado Springs, Colo. (June 8, 2010) – Willow Koerber (Durango, Colo./Subaru-Gary Fisher) took third-place in the voting for U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) Female Athlete of the Month for May.
On May 2, Koerber became the first American female mountain biker to grab the World Cup leader’s jersey since Alison Dunlap in 2002. She earned a World [...]
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“Let the wild big ring rumpus end” was thought that was literally going through my sleep-derived, mangled, not-all-that-well-functioning-to-begin-with-brain about a quarter of the way into this race. The race was called “The Big Ring ... — full article at 29ercrew.com
I'm not sure what to say today. I had something to do, that I chewed on for way too long and I did it. I confronted an individual, and the outcome, while disappointing, confirmed that what I was doing was right. The result confirmed my observation and now it is out ... — full article at ashevillejanes.blogspot.com
It's hard to believe that only a couple of decades or so ago, mountain bikes did not existed – anywhere. The majority of the bikes you could buy were skinny wheel, ten-gear, drop handlebar, steel-frame light- weights in monochromatic colors only fit for road riding. Nobody even thought about a bike — full article at bike.in.th
During my mentorship at Mike Boyle’s facility he said that “you can get a lot out of a little if your consistent with it”. This really struck home, especially when it comes to mobility work. This routine takes less than 10 minutes to complete and hits the ... — full article at bikejames.com
It was quite for Sunday's race but today it was creaking again while riding in CT NEMBA's Monday Ride After Work (RAW) series. I think what I am going to do is pop out the cups later this week, see if there is any cracking, and if not lube them and reset them onto the headtube. Despite the ... — full article at cyclesnack.com