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  1. Bicycling Gear - Seven of My Favorites By Kathryn Mosely
    My days of running for pleasure and exercise ended when I moved to the beautiful Columbia River Gorge. I had been living in the relatively flat Willamette River Valley where there were miles of level bark running trails. Now in the Gorge, I encountered rocky, steep trails that were torture to my hips and knees. It was time to find a replacement for running.The Gorge of the Columbia River is a recreation mecca that's especially attractive to mountain bike riders and windsurfers. Swimming doesn…


  2. Cycling Your Way To Fitness - Stationary Exercise Bikes - Still A Top Choice For Overall Fitness By C.J. Gustafson
    Stationary Exercise Bikes - Still A Top Choice For Overall FitnessIn all the craze over new fangled fitness equipment, the exercise bike often gets overlooked. Stationary exercise bikes have been around for many years, which can lead some people to think they are outdated or not as effective as newer types of equipment. But for many people, exercise bikes provide a fun, consistent, reasonable means of exercising, improving cardio functions, and losing weight.Stationary exercise bikes provide …


  3. Bike Riding for Weight Loss: Tips for Beginning A Bicycling Plan By Sharyl Calhoun
    If you are one of those people who leisurely pedal around the block or over a flat stretch of scenic road, you’ve probably been riding for sheer pleasure. Riding bikes for pleasure is a good form of aerobic exercise. But unless you map out a plan to “push yourself,” you probably won’t lose much weight.I really get sick of hearing people say, “No pain, no gain!” But the old adage is true when it comes to riding bikes to lose weight. By pushing your cycling distance or speed, you are sure to fe…


  4. Tour De France By Edward Lewis
    Facts Tour de France is to bike racing as Masters is to golf and Wimbledon to tennis. The race consists of a few stages with a total distance of more than 2000 miles over a duration of 3 weeks. It is normally held in summer during the month of July. The Tour de France was started during the Industrial age when a sporting newspaper called, L'Auto-Vélo, offered a prize to anyone who could beat others in an attempt to cycle round the whole of France. It was a publicity stunt to sell more copie…


  5. Tour of Diet – Cycling for Your Health By Robb Ksiazek
    The last seven years, or so, at the Tour de France has shown a success story that is very uncommon. Winning seven Tour de France championships is a feat that will be extremely hard to duplicate. Lance Armstrong knew it could be done, even overcoming a life threatening bout with cancer.While admiring the great courage of one man, we can learn from his experience. Many of us struggle to maintain our weight and keep our diets in top form. We cheat with snacks, fast food, and overindulgence. …


  6. Lose Weight Cycling By Gary Gresham
    Lose weight cycling is a fun and enjoyable way to improve your health and to make you feel better. Pedaling down a rural road or through a city park rouses your spirit and awakens your senses.A regular routine to lose weight cycling can reduce the risk of serious conditions such as heart disease, high blood pressure and obesity.One of the most powerful arguments for encouraging more people to cycle is that it leads to considerable improvements in public health.Cycling is also a good way to im…


  7. Stay in Shape - Cycling Workouts For the Winter Months By Levi Bloom
    It's that time of year. The time when you decide it's fine to ride in 12 degree weather. The time when your food and water freezes, your hands and feet go numb, and your bike gets covered in water and road salt...It's the time of year when you decide that you were a freakin idiot for going outside!That "time of year" for me was yesterday. My first ride outside in sub 25 degree weather. It's the same every year. Through spring, summer, and fall you tend to forget just how bad it is... and …


  8. Tour de France Viewing in Person - What to Expect (Part 1) By Walt Ballenberger
    What does an HC (hors categorie, or “out of category”) or even a Category 1 or Category 2 climb feel like? Can I do it, or would I need to get off and walk? How much of the Tour de France will I get to see if I go there on an organized tour? These are just several of the many questions cyclists ask while they are contemplating a trip to France to see the Tour.Experiencing the Tour de France in person can be the fulfillment of a lifetime dream for many cyclists. Seeing the colorful peleton…


  9. Cycling in a triathlon? You need the right gear! By Dale Lawrence
    Cycling Success depends on finding the right bicycle for youDepending on the type of Triathlon you’re interested in competing in, the amount of time spent on your bike will differ. You’ll end up cycling anywhere from 12.4 miles on up to 112 miles in the Ultra.You can end up spending a lot of money on your specialized bike clothes and accessories. But before you spend any money on your jersey or sunglasses, consider the two pieces that you must have: the helmet and the bike. And of those two, f…


  10. Martina and Jennifer's Mother-Daughter Bonding Trip - Cycling 1400 Km By Susanne Pacher
    Martina and I play tennis in the same league and funny enough she even looks a little like the other Martina (Navratilova), just prettier. Needless to say, some of her shots are quite like the other Martina's too, and in our last encounter Martina and her partner won against my husband and me in a hard-fought 3-set match.After the match we had a nice relaxing chat and Martina mentioned that she and her daughter did a fabulous 1400 km biking trip last year, which ended up being one of her most …


  11. Bicycling Down The River By Steven Gillman
    My river-rafting adventure started on a bicycle. The small daypack I wore carried a hatchet, a saw, some scraps of rope, food, water, a garbage bag bivy sack, a hat, and odds and ends. It weighed less than fifteen pounds total.It was late May, so Id stay warm in my homemade bivy, without a sleeping bag. I might wear my hat, and pile up some leaves to sleep on. If the mosquitos were bad, I'd use my headnet, which, I had learned, would also trap warm air around my head, keeping me warmer. I had …


  12. Integrated Training for Improved Cycling Performance - Part 2 By David Radin
    The previous article looked at postural issues and possible muscles imbalances involved with cycling. Now that we have an understanding of the imbalances that arise from a prolonged cycling position, we can develop an effective program for correcting those postural distortions.The first part of the program is stretching the muscles that were identified as tight in the previous article (calves, quads, hip flexors, hamstrings, pectorals, trapezius, and neck flexors). Stretching returns muscles t…


  13. Tour de France Viewing in Person- What to Expect (Part 2) By Walt Ballenberger
    After the Tour Passes ByOne of the best ways to enjoy the races after the riders pass by is to find a local café or bar with a TV and then watch the end of the race while partaking of a few adult beverages with your group. On our Pyrenees tour last year, several people in the group listed as one of their favorite memories of the week our time at the bar watching the American George Hincapie, Lance Armstrong’s teammate, win at the finish of the penultimate mountain stage. We viewed the ride…






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