The Benefits of Indoor Cycling and the Upcoming Bike MS Tour de Stationary
Indoor cycling can be done virtually anywhere, but I enjoy it in a class with a qualified instructor. It helps to keep my energy level up and the competitiveness helps me to reach goals I normally wouldn’t try.
Senior Riders: Balance & Fear of Falling
To take up the bicycle at an older age may seem imprudent when so many other forms of exercise are available.But the fear of falling may be keeping potential bicyclists from enjoying a healthy and fun activity that can lead to an array of new experiences.
Dirt Training Tips for the Belgian Waffle Ride
The dirt has a special way of zapping the strength of even the most prepared riders because it’s often really soft and hard to maintain any kind of speed. Some of the dirt stretches are really long. Some of them are really rocky. Others are sandy.
How To Plan an Informative Bike Ride with Your City Representatives
We wanted to highlight that it is possible to have a positive experience collaborating with your local representatives. Dubbed the Walnut Experience, Randy Kiefer of OC Wheelmen and Bill Sellin of OCBC organized a casual Saturday ride with city council member Melissa Fox, to highlight areas of the Walnut Trail that affect bicyclists that live and ride through Irvine.
Where Can I Ride My Electric Mountain Bike?
In our Orange County backyard, Cleveland National Forest has a plethora of options for doubletrack riding on your eMTB, including Maple Springs Truck Trail, located at the end of Silverado Canyon Road.
Mistakes to Avoid When Riding Your First Century
In anticipation for his new book, “Your Century Ride: A Training Plan for Achieving a Road Cycling Goal” Lindsey has provided us an excerpt from his chapter entitled, Top Mistakes Made When Planning Your First Century. We recommend this book for the shelf of any cyclist who is considering this benchmark of cycling accomplishment or looking to improve their experience on their next distance adventure.
Real-Time Advocacy: Bicycles May Use Full Lane
Residents and members of cycling groups such as Big Orange Cycling have been attempting to work with city council and community members to get proper bicycle signage installed on Palos Verdes Estate city streets reading “Bicycles May Use Full Lane”(BMUFL).
Bike to Work: Perform Better At Life
Commuting by bicycle can be very different, in positive ways, from commuting to work by automobile. You take different roads, you are among like-minded people, and more of your time is spent actively experiencing and engaging with the world around you.
Honor Thy Chain: A Survey Of The Modern Roller Chain
As early as the 3rd century BC, the first use of a chain drive was described by the Greek engineer, Phylon of Byzantium. As part of the polybus, a repeating…
Year-Round Safety Checks
With constant attention to results, it can be easy to overlook regular maintenance for your bike, resulting in an unsafe or inefficient machine. Review these simple maintenance procedures to keep your bike rolling reliably on a daily basis.
How Do Bikes Stay Up? Minute Physics Explains.
The bike has proved itself time and again to be one of the most efficient modes of human-powered transportation, and the engineering world has been perfecting its design for all disciplines. Check out this informative video by Minute Physics on the basics of bicycle mechanics and how a moving bike can stay upright even without a rider.
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