Question : What Makes a Bicycle a Women’s Bicycle?
This is a broad question with long answer so maybe take a seat.
Our first guest post from another Bike Shop Girl, Sarah Matchett. Sarah is a USA Cycling coach based out of my shop, Cool Breeze Cyclery in North Carolina. Sarah recently competed in the UCI World Duathlon Championships, placing 10th overall … Read More
Men have it easy, across the board it seems, with cycling. Clothing fits them easier, they don’t need specially designed bikes normally and most men don’t care what rain gear looks like or how it fits on them.
One of the most popular types of bicycles right now is that recreational style. Either one to ride with the family around your community, take for errands or maybe do a Rail To Trails with your local church group. Below … Read More
Over a month ago I talked about basics of riding with a road group. Several people emailed questions in so here is our follow up to answer some of those questions!
There are three comfort zones or places your body touches a bicycle. As long as you can bear the weight of your body okay between those three places without numbness, pain or pinching then you can ride all day long. … Read More
My first sprint triathlon is this coming Sunday. If un-prepared is part of the training regimen I am right on course for an awesome first tri! Sure I had goals and plans of doing the whole 8 weeks to your … Read More
Across the US budgets on summer vacations were tightened down around the waist in fear of what our economy might end up doing. One thing I saw this summer was many people purchased their family various bikes to do things … Read More
Involving your kids with cycling can be a very rewarding thing, if handled with safety and including confidence inspiring drills. I hope to touch base on your basics, safety and how to continue to grow with your children and bike … Read More
When you mention mountain biking to a lady that hasn’t tried it before.. you will most likely get a look of horror and confusion. The sport, growing but not quick enough, is quickly growing for the ladies in the sport. … Read More