Bike Shop Girl | 2013 January
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January 2013

This is going to totally happen this year. Now the question is, who's going to drag me around?? A 50 mile road race featuring 10 miles of unpaved roads including the Koppenberg of the High Country will test riders, while the breathtaking scenery and unmatched hospitality...

A guest post by Laura Colbert of Loose Nuts Cycles in Atlanta, GA. Arleigh mentioned in her New Year's Day post that she wanted to focus on keeping people riding when the weather is crappy.  I don't know what your definition of crappy is but mine...

On March 4th, 2013, timing around the National Bike Summit, the League of American Bicyclists are hosting the second annual National Women's Bicycling Forum. I asked Carolyn, Director of Communications at the League of American Bicyclists, some follow up questions to learn more about what the League...

Some clothing pieces in my internet travels that have grabbed my attention. Let It Rain Jacket - Athleta $178 Cortina Hoody - Smartwool $120 Viva Cycling Cap - Castelli $14.95 Grand Prix Wool Jersey - Terry $140 Fit & Vicious - Endurance Conspiracy $30 Merino Wool Hoodie - Twin Six $180 ...

WHAT’S YOUR NAME AND LOCATION? Louise Cheetham, Baton Rouge, LA WHAT TYPE OF CYCLING DO YOU ENJOY? Road, Mountain WHAT IS YOUR FIRST CYCLING MEMORY? I used to sit on the back of my mom's cruiser, on the gear rack. We went to the neighborhood store like that until I...

It's that time of the year that I'm doing slower and longer miles, mostly by myself. Having lots of time to think through intervals and the long road in front of me I seem to reflect the most on the bike from January to March...

A guest post by Laura Colbert of Loose Nuts Cycles in Atlanta, GA I'm really excited to follow Arleigh's New Years post from yesterday. I too have spent the past couple of weeks reflecting on the past year and what I would like to see in the coming year.

It's an amazing thing, the first day of a new year and everything that it allows a human to feel. You are able to have closure for the year past and take a deep breath to move forward into the next 365 days of progress. First...