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Motivational Monday with Renee

Motivational Monday with Renee

WHAT’S YOUR NAME AND LOCATION? Renee Jordan, Plano, TX WHAT TYPE OF CYCLING DO YOU ENJOY? Recreationally with a club or alone; commuting to work; occassional dirt ride WHAT IS YOUR FIRST CYCLING MEMORY? Riding my first bike, purple with a banana seat & ape hanger type bars, in semi-rural North Carolina up and down the hilly asphalted road in front of my house…these early…

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Motivational Monday Amar

Motivational Monday with Amar

WHAT’S YOUR NAME AND LOCATION? Amar, Los Angeles, CA WHAT TYPE OF CYCLING DO YOU ENJOY? Commuting, Touring, Recreational WHAT IS YOUR FIRST CYCLING MEMORY? I didn’t learn to ride a bike until I was a senior in college, so my first memory is of being entirely certain that I was going to lose my balance and swerve into the path of an oncoming Metro…

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Louise Cheetham

Motivational Monday with Louise Cheetham

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 got my foot caught in the back wheel. Foot in the back wheel is what…

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Bicyles on icicles

New Goals, New Bikes, New Rides

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.

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Olympics

Motivational Monday: The Olympics

Are you watching the Olympics? Did you watch the women’s road race? You should have, it was brilliant. What is the sport you are obsessed with during the summer Olympics?

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Grizzly Adam

Motivation from Grizzly Adams

A great post from grizzly adams over here. “I can’t go on, I’ll go on.” Next time you want to stop pedaling, don’t. Next time you want to quit, don’t. When you think you’ve had enough hurt and dirt, you haven’t. You can take a little more. And then a little more after that. Mountain biking is what we do. We are mountain bikers. When…

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