Post Archive

June 2011

Twin Six Thanks

It is always a motivating feeling to sit down on a Sunday evening and feel “fulfilled” from the weekend. Your legs are tired, maybe your tan lines are a bit stronger, and you are ready to start the 5 day recovery process that is the work week. That’s what the

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Chrome Salvage Bags

Companies have done it before. Using recycled material to make messenger bags.  First there was utilizing old truck tarps, then recycled tubes and now there is the Chrome Salvage Series. Salvage Series uses reclaimed materials for the external panels of our Heritage Citizen to create unique, one-of-a-kind bags. Built in

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Airborne Goblin 29er
BikesBlogWomen's Cycling

With over 300 miles on the Airborne Goblin that I’m riding for the season the bike has been tested.  I’ve ridden the bike to the limits and pushed it, then pushed it a bit more.  Now it is time for a good and fair review for all of you holding

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Interview with Sonya Looney
BlogInterviewsMotivational MondayWomen's Cycling

  Motivational Monday, a Monday tradition at Bike Shop Girl, my goal to keep you motivated and to be striving on the bike even during a hard week or long hours at work. Are you a woman that bicycles? Fill out this easy form and be part of our motivational movement! This

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Arleigh Jenkins
Bike ProfileBlog

This Saturday was much of the same if you have an active family with kids, and you’re a cyclist wanting to get in a longer bike ride.   I have a road bike to test out and review, a Raleigh Capri 4.0.  There’s lacrosse games on the other end of the

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Bike Law Logo

This week has been a week of first.  First the 24 Hours of Burn, and now a scholarship! Bike Law Scholarship A couple weeks back I put out a call on Twitter & Facebook for my friends to nominate me to win a scholarship through This scholarship would allow

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Burn 24 Hour
BlogCycling TipsRace ReportsRide

Lately when I race and people ask how it was I simply can’t answer as I don’t feel like I am really racing.  I feel like I’m riding around in circles, trying to find the next gear within my own.   I’ve finished mostly last for the past year of my

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2011 Burn 24 Hour Challenge
BlogCycling TipsEvent CoverageRaceRace ReportsWomen's Cycling

Several months ago I had a plan going into the 2011 season. It included a duo race at the 6 Hours of Warrior Creek, a solo at the 6 Hour Grind on the Greenway, a ton of riding and then my first solo at Burn 24 Hour.    As any good

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