This is a drum I have beat a decent amount in the past, but I need to beat it again as the summer days get longer and people are riding their bikes more and more. There are many reasons I believe you should have a front and rear light on
Over the weekend a friend/follower on Twitter mentioned that he was headed to a balance bike session. Quickly, I asked him to take some photos to share! A quick blurb on the day from Mat Trying to get nippers riding bikes in a rural area of England…lots of issues here with kids in
A guest post by Laura Colbert of Loose Nuts Cycles in Atlanta, GA. I am planning to do some mountain bike racing this spring and thus have been trying to get some extra miles on my mountain bike. Living in the middle of Atlanta makes this difficult, especially during the
Your first of a season are always nerve wracking. First group ride. First wreck. First long ride and so on. First are scary for the unknown and for the stress you put on yourself. Tomorrow is my first race of 2013. The first race of the Charlotte Winter Short Track
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.
Sorry to disappoint but this post is not about farts. I’m a big fan of really bad puns, so the title actually refers to passing cars while on a bicycle. But, who doesn’t like a good fart reference? A guest post on getting by without gas from Laura Colbert from Loose
If you are a contant reader you will know my love of Strava. It keeps me motivated, up to date with my friends rides across the world and technology makes my world go around. When I visit new places (which is weekly) I’m always trying to find new rides, routes