Monthly Archives: January 2012

Racing to spring: Training and measurement

I love this mild winter as much as the next guy, but for every 50 degree day I enjoy with laps in the park, I sense herds of other racers climbing Bear Mountain in their big ring. The joy of … Continue reading

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Riding with your Dog

One of the questions we get asked frequently is “I want to take my little dog with me on my bicycle.  Do you have any suggestions?”  This is tricky based on numerous factors including: type of doggy, type of bike, … Continue reading

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Racing for Spring: Chris begins base training.

As some people say it, winter is the most important time for training for the race season. This is where the competitive base is built, the foundation of a periodization plan is created, and where the daydreams form of your … Continue reading

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There is no bad weather for cycling: What to wear for all seasons.

The winter season is upon us and only the savviest cyclists will remain on the road. Yet contrary to popular belief, there is no bad weather for a cyclist, just the wrong clothing. Don’t let colder weather discourage you from … Continue reading

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