Road Diet Killer Removed From House Bill 44
Open Bike Night
I’m pretty sure if you’re reading this, I don’t need to explain that this was a big deal and took a lot of effort from a lot of great people, but I will. THIS WAS A BIG DEAL! A special thanks to everyone who emailed or called your representative to voice your concern. Our representatives heard us and were able to accommodate our requests: Let us be in charge of our own roads!
July Is National Picnic Month
Thank you to everyone that came out to Open Bike Night! It was fun and we managed to fix a few things. There were a lot wheels that got trued, a chainring was straightened out, a spoke replaced, some brakes were adjusted, and some problems got diagnosed all while having a beer. If you missed […]
I’m a weekend warrior!
It’s National Picnic Month which obviously means a bike ride! As if I needed another reason to go for a ride, now I have one and I want to share some tips on making your picnic a success. Just go already! Don’t over think this. The goal of a picnic is to have fun, so […]
What you really need to start riding
I’m a weekend warrior, and quite proud of it! Albeit, sometimes my weekend lasts for several months. The reason I say, “I’m a weekend warrior” is because I don’t have a training regimen, I don’t have time to prioritize riding over working, and I’m currently eating pizza and drinking a beer, for lunch. Not to […]
Get Your Spring On – Part 1
Cycling is one of my absolute favorite pastimes, and for good reason. It doesn’t matter what kind of mood you’re in, what day of the week it is, what problems are going on in the middle east, or how long it’s been since you’ve ridden last, you can always go for a ride. Nature will […]
Solving Those Pesky Creaks
Here, we break down how to get yourself back into shape for the cycling season. We’ve broken it up into three parts to make it easy.
Creak – (of an object) Make a harsh, high-pitched sound when moved or when pressure or weight is applied: “the stairs creaked”. Solving pesky creaking and squeaking one step at a time.