Cycling is a convenient way to get around. It is also a great way to get some exercise. Having the right equipment will make your commute a lot easier. There are three main things that you will need for your ride. #1 – Helmet Credit: Consumer...read more
Cyclists do not always act safely when they run into drivers. Likewise, drivers do not always drive carefully around bicycles. An accident is inevitable when these two types of people interact. Here is what you should do after getting involved in a cycling accident....read more
Best Post Ride Relaxation Tips After a long and sweaty cycle ride, there’s no better feeling than relaxing. Conquering all those hills merits a reward, and taking care of your body is critical for feeling the benefits, not the potentially painful after-effects,...read more
Image courtesy of Doug Taylor Law (duilaw.jpg / Image Credits) We all know not to drive while impaired, but what about riding a bike? That seems much safer and still allows people to find their way home after a night of drinking, right? Wrong. Riding a bike...read more
A little bit of caffeine can really go a long way. Even if you’re not a coffee junkie, bringing a bit of caffeine means that you get that boost at just the right time. A little extra kick that helps you power through the lag and then some!
Whether camping, cycling, racing competitively, or simply testing yourself while enjoying the great outdoors, getting a hot delicious cup of coffee will make all the difference. While it can seem like a challenge to create a delicious cup of coffee while out and about, there actually are several options that will help you get that boost of caffeine you need.read more
Nutrition and Cycling Whatever your training goal, certain dietary requirements are universal: consuming the right number of calories, eating plenty of fruit and vegetables, and drinking enough water. However, there are distinct differences between the...read more