California Triathlon’s mission is to make the sport of triathlon more affordable, accessible and sustainable. Here are the resources in place to help cyclists make the jump to triathlon:
The wide open bar and absence of Wi-fi in Lord Windsor’s Roasters supports a social atmosphere in which talking to a neighbor or getting lost in each sip of your delicious beverage is completely justified.
We sat down with the co-owners of Peloton Cellars, Bill and Trish Kesselring, to talk about their role in the Central Coast Classique bike ride, and how their cycling and viticulture worlds have collided. Central Coast Classique cyclists can look forward to these wines and more on their tour of the Central Coast, where the lifestyle and fellowship of cycling and viticulture aren’t nearly the odd couple they seem.
The Harding Truck trail begins at the end of Modjeska Canyon Road in Silverado, CA. This is one of the many doubletrack fire roads in the northern part of Cleveland National Forest that is easily accessible with any mountain or gravel bike.
As a full-service bike shop, JRA Bikes & Brews can do bike fitting and full build customization. Visit them online or stop by the shop for a quality coffee or tea and be sure to check out their frequent upcoming events.
Pedaling a bicycle to make ice cream is reason enough to check out Peddler’s Creamery, but their use of quality ingredients is the stand-out feature of their product. All ingredients are certified organic and the chocolates, coffees and vanilla are all certified fair-trade.
Before the Unlikely Cyclist became a popular SoCal bike shop in Costa Mesa, and a go-to resource for beginners to advanced female cyclists, it was the title of Lisa Kanno’s cycling blog which she started after buying her first road bike in 2011.