Category: Cycling Tips

ECON 101: The Opportunity Cost of a Parking Permit

College is expensive. Skip the parking permit, save a little money, avoid the freshman 15, and have some fun — ride a bike. Tuition, housing, food (/drinks), books – it goes on. Each one less palatable than the last. Then

Why Would Anyone Bike 100 Miles?

There are few logical reasons someone would bike 100 miles. It’s impractical. It’s slow. It’s exhausting. To non-cyclists: it may seem pointless — to many cyclists even: it may seem pointless — but to one, it is a tradition going back decades, a rite

Shred Series: 6 Steps to Track Stand on Any Bike

Regardless of your discipline, track stands are an important skill to learn. On the road: track stands help you stay clipped in at a red light. On the trails: track stands help you get a good look at a drop

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From Fluid to Interactive-A Trainer Evolution

For decades the home trainer has been a staple of maintaining or improving fitness for time-crunched or weather condition-crunched cyclists. Over the years the means of generating resistance, so you can build muscular and cardiovascular strength, has transitioned from fans

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A Primer on Bike Lights

Yes, it’s definitely that time of year when it registers that our allotment of daylight is beginning to dwindle. Daily commutes may no longer take place in brilliant sunshine and what was once plenty of time post-work to ride in dayllight

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