From the monthly archives: April 2011

If you are serious about training harder for longer, the right gear can really make a difference. Whether you are looking for a product line such as Gore bike wear that you can use when you are cycling, or you need items from a line like Gore running wear, you may not know the features [...]

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Women's performance hybrid ideal for commuting or getting in shape Combines the comfort of hybrid bike with performance of road bike Heat-treated aluminum frame and integrated aero straight-blade fork Shimano 7-speed shifters; DB women's-specific Devine performance hybrid saddle Kenda Kwick Trax 700 x 32c tires; comes in 13-, 15-, 17-, and 19-inch [...]

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One of the best things you can do to ensure that your child develops a lifelong love of exercise and physical activity is to do some fitness activities together. If your child sees you participating in sports or working out, they will understand that these are important "things" to do, and will be more likely [...]

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One may have never thought about the parts that are required to make a mountain bike while riding it. But sometimes it becomes important to know the parts. You never know where they will help you. Some of the mountain bike parts are:

The Bottom bracket which is an attachment of the crank set to [...]

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An exercise bike is a fantastic piece of exercise equipment to help you get and stay in shape without having the costly expense of a monthly gym membership. The issue that an individual will face though is not knowing what things to seek out in the exercise bike to find the most appropriate one for [...]

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Admit it people (Those that wear bike shorts) we hate taking off our shorts during a bike tour, race, or a cross county run right ? So what was your record time spent in shorts with chamois between your legs ? I ask this in another bike and was surprised that none took them off [...]

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Women and Bicycles

On April 30, 2011 By

Nowadays, cycling is one of the most famous sports in the world. Both women and men enjoy riding bicycles; sport competitions are held and thousands of people join bicycle clubs. Bicycle racing is very popular; men and women, children and grownups master the art of bicycle riding.

However, bicycle riding wasn’t always accessible to women. [...]

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Shock Absorbing Fits road & mountain saddles Fits Most ATB & Racing Type Bicycles Outer layer is washable stretch nylon with drawstring Gel inner layer absorbs rough road vibrations

Bike Gear Narrow Gel Seat Cover Mountain Bike

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I find the the bar in a women's bike is still a hindrance and Im not sure it is needed at all. Im thinking of having it sawed away so just the lower bar stays. I guess i didn't mind it or thought about it when i was a kid but 68 now. If i [...]

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Ridge Outdoor’s Rob Granger

On April 29, 2011 By

Granger, who moved to Orlando when he was a tot and thus considers himself a Florida native, grew up in central Florida and moved to Eustis in 1969—and ‘never really got into motorcycles’ till he returned from college. His first bikes were dirt bikes, and like many riders, he graduated to street bikes, and rode [...]

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It is a strong and powerful bike that has some distinguished feature involving broad tires and sturdy handles. These are mostly used for cycling on uneven terrain. Other names widely used for these bikes are trail and dirt bikes. These bikes are usually used in sports and shock absorbers. This bike rolls over terrain and [...]

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Step 1: What is the bike going to be used for? The first step is to determine whether you are a beginner or an experienced rider. The type of mountain bike you purchase will depend largely on the kind of terrain you intend to ride on, the weather you intend to ride in, and the [...]

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Kava Tea Linked To Muscle, Kidney Problems
When a 34-year-old bicyclist was found collapsed on a roadside and rushed to the University of Rochester Medical Center emergency room on the verge of kidney failure and muscle breakdown, doctors were surprised to discover that a trendy tea derived from the kava plant was the cause [...]

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