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Commuter Profile: William Atitie

Biking is cultural where I come from. The number one form of transportation is by bike.  I’m from the northern part of Ghana, and the people are poor. They don’t have money for cars and all these things, so they all … Continue reading

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Happy first day of spring! Get your bike road ready for the season.

Did you miss our road ready clinics? Have no fear. Below is the presentation from the evening. Included are a list of parts to check and maintenance tips for your bike before hitting the road this season. Did we miss something? Add in the … Continue reading

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Let race season begin!

This Monday marks the start of week 10 “get-back-in-shape-to race” training schedule. By the end of Sundays long ride, I will have logged 100 hours between time on the bike. I have noticed an increase in overall fitness, muscle mass … Continue reading

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Ask the Coach: Cycling Q&A with Henoch Getz

This month begins the first in our series, “Ask the Coach”, where Coach Henoch answers your questions about cycling, fitness and training. Dear Coach: I have a question about pedal stroke. When I ride, is it more efficient to have … Continue reading

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On Bike Theft and Keeping Your Bicycle

You may have seen the Outside Magazine’s recent article on bike theft entitled “Who Pinched My Ride?” The story sought to find out where stolen bikes go via a GPS tracker attached to a poorly locked bike in NYC. I … Continue reading

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