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Riding your bike to the Stampede just got easier

Last year, when riding my bike to the Calgary Stampede, I came upon an area for parking bikes labelled “Bike Corral,” which was a nice accommodation except for one thing: There were no bike racks. 484 more words

Local News

Tour de France 2015: An exclusive update from Chris Boardman!


Yes, it’s that time of year again… The Tour de France is well underway, with the first 3 days seeing their fair share of drama – and a yellow jersey for Sky Team’s Chris Froome! 739 more words

Cycling

Professor Anthony J Sargeant and colleagues published this research into Human Muscle Power in Cycling

This research into human muscle power in cycling exercise at different pedal rates was initiated and supervised by Tony Sargeant but was absolutely dependent on the important contributions from his PhD student, Arno Rademaker, and Professor Jerzy Zoladz from Kracow, Poland. 345 more words

People for Bikes: Electrict Bike bill moving through California Legislature, Stalled in New York

 Electric Bike Bill Progressing in California, Stalled in New York

Updated regulations will help remove confusion as to what an electric bicycle is and where they can be used… 750 more words

Cycling

Workout Roundup {June 29 - July 5, 2015}

I feel like such a slacker on here lately. So much has been going on over here between GrandMamaSalt moving in, work stress, Betty, and other life things (good and bad, but mostly good) and I have been missing the outlet that this place gives me. 810 more words

Running

Running Early

The summer heat has certainly arrived in PA and the only option for running without entirely melting away is to get out early.

This doesn’t reduce the humidity but at least the temps are in the 70s with no blazing sun. 272 more words

Running

Riding on the drops ...

Chas resting at the big lake (July 5, 2015)

Chas and I did a slow, tempo ride yesterday, just over 45 km with a mid-ride stop at the big lake. 405 more words

Cycling