Dales Bike Centre, the best place to ride, rest, and stay in the Yorkshire Dales. 14 bed accommodation, cafe, bike shop and workshop with Cytech mechanic. We also have secure bike storage, bike wash and showers, bike hire, CTC qualified and experienced guides, Riding skills Courses. Yorkshire ... — full article at vimeo.com
Wanted to hit Huntington to prep for the Hodges Village Dam race on Friday but the natives were getting restless at home so I put it off till Saturday morning. Getting up early on Saturday morning reminded me of the Dunkin Donut commercials back in the '80s of the guy getting up early in the ... — full article at cyclesnack.com
Dt of Activity: july 25, 2010 TA Name: Karyn Maviano TA Email: email@example.com Town: Enfield Location: Manchester Trail ridden: Hop River Trail How did you use the trail: mtbiking What time of day: Morning Duration: approx 3 hours 9-noon Cond. of Trail: Some puddles due to rain a few days ... — full article at ctnemba.blogspot.com
Fire Place Chimney Date of Activity: 6/6/2010 Trail Ambassador Name: Thomas Lamourine Condition of Trails(s): Good, great, eroded but fun Observations: - Well, started out at the usual Hartman Park in Lyme, just plowed up the fire road to get the the summit of the place at the power lines ... — full article at ctnemba.blogspot.com
When I got up to West Hartford for the MDC hearings, not only were there a plethora of commuting and road bikes secured helterskelter to anything immovable but there were quite a few mountain bikes as well. Of course, when ever I see bigger wheels and a single cog in the rear my ... — full article at cyclesnack.com
I rolled out of the house yesterday morning to ride to work. I was planning on doing the Thursday night ride with Liberty Bikes, but was not sure how I would feel after my 7hr "training ride" on Sunday. Surprisingly, I felt good and hoped that my legs would hold up for the ride ... — full article at ashevillejanes.blogspot.com
You might be wondering what does this post have to do with riding fixed gears. Well, since I only commute on a fixed gear it's relevant to the Friday Fix but then again, this is more of a commuting-esque post than fixed gear.
Who uses file cabinents or credenzas anymore? I am in IT ... — full article at cyclesnack.com
Ie not what you typicality see on a mountain bike... I like playing with different bars... just got some surly open bars in stock at the shop.. Right now my favorites are the Salsa Woodchipper and the Groovy luv handles... — full article at cellarrat.blogspot.com
Fritzinger Starts as NICA Executive Director
Schools Cycling Program Draws SolidI ndustry Support
BERKELEY, Calif.—Matt Fritzinger, the founder of the Northern California High School Cycling League, commences his new position as executive director of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association, August 1.
The NorCal League has been used as the model for other high [...]
At the heart of this it my belief that clipless pedals hurt people. One of my earliest influences in this industry was Ian King and he always preached injury prevention first and foremost. He always said “If you’re hurt it don’t matter how fit and fast ... — full article at bikejames.com
It's Thursday. Do you know what that means? Fast road ride with Liberty Bikes. It's gonna hurt and I'm gonna get dropped. Come out and get dropped with me! It'll be fun, I promise. I just got word yesterday that the Pisgah Area Sorba: Save The Trails Challenge is ... — full article at ashevillejanes.blogspot.com
There is this little technical section on NEMBA's Rock and Roll Trail that for all of it's briefness always put the fear of god in me because on the big 29er wheels if I were to stall out I would be in the pond! Some A-Hole decided to smooth section out and now it's no longer technical. I ... — full article at cyclesnack.com