The leaves and temperatures of fall may slowly drift downward, but that doesn’t mean your time on the bike has to decrease during the cooler months. With a little planning and preparation, you can comfortably pedal through the late fall and winter.
It’s tough enough finding time for work, family, friends and all life’s necessary chores. But as we all know, squeezing in some saddle time is well worth the effort.
There are few moments quite as thrilling as watching your child pedal down the sidewalk on their own for the first time. It brings a huge sense of accomplishment and thrill to your child, and it opens the door to a whole new world of fun and adventure for the entire family.
Cycling enthusiasts of all levels of performance are notoriously obsessed with making their bikes lighter and faster. While there’s nothing wrong with decking your bike out with amazing parts, one component that is often ignored as needing an upgrade is the rider. That’s right…you.
It’s no secret that losing some weight is one of the best ways to make yourself faster, a better climber, and just feel a lot better all around. Cycling is great exercise, but often riders—both beginners and more experienced riders—can fall into the same traps that prevent them from losing weight, and sometimes even gain it while riding.