by Lars Hundley (This Article is Sponsored by NAROO) Finding a mask that works well during exercise can be extremely difficult. A bad mask can require constant adjusting as it keeps falling off, or make it too hard to breathe to be realistic for hard efforts because you can’t get enough oxygen. The good news is the breathing solution brand NAROO has been designing masks … [Read more...] about Best Masks for Cyclists (and Runners too) 2021
by John Marsh Road bicycles are just that, bikes made for efficiently riding on roads. You’ll know a road bike when you see one. It’s characterized by its sleek look, with dropped, curving handlebars, narrow wheels and “skinny” tires, a small seat and lots of cogs, or gears, on the back wheel. Typically, road bikes are lightweight, and oftentimes they look “fast.” That’s why … [Read more...] about Every Different Type of Road Bike, Explained
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July 29, 2021 Anti-Aging: 4 Reasons Why Year-Round Strength Training is Good for You By Coach John Hughes On Sunday I met one of my goals for the year. I rode from my house up to the Vista Ridge trailhead, which included 10 minutes of all out effort. I was deep in the hurt locker! Then I enjoyed one of my favorite mountain bike trails. Last year by the time … [Read more...] about Newsletter Issue No. 975
By Coach John Hughes On Sunday I met one of my goals for the year. I rode from my house up to the Vista Ridge trailhead, which included 10 minutes of all out effort. I was deep in the hurt locker! Then I enjoyed one of my favorite mountain bike trails. Last year by the time I got to the trailhead all I could do was coast home. I’m fitter this year because I’ve done … [Read more...] about Anti-Aging: 4 Reasons Why Year-Round Strength Training is Good for You
By Sheri Rosenbaum Would you ride your bike lugging 400 pounds of gear and supplies to support your spouse’s dream of running 2,112 miles across the Australian Outback? For Henley Phillips, the answer was a resounding “YES!” In 2019, Henley and his wife Katie Visco successfully made the 119-day journey. And yes, they are still happily married. … [Read more...] about How Far Would You Go To Support Your Spouse’s Dream?
By Sheri Rosenbaum Hot! 4-way stretch, quick-drying fabric provides unrestrictive movement and comfortAdjustable waistband with velcro cinch system for the perfect fitWater repellent fabric finish protects from rain and spillsTwo side hand pockets and one rear zipper pocket for storageTwo zip thigh vents for extra ventilation and additional storageSilicone … [Read more...] about Showers Pass APEX DWR Shorts Review
Jim’s Tech Talk By Jim Langley Last week I told you about the cheap folding clincher road tire that I think provides a lot of bang for the buck, Schwalbe’s Lugano II. It’s a standard, not tubeless or tubeless-ready tire. Sometimes I can find them for about $20. If you missed the column, here it is: Schwalbe Luganos – Cheap Road Tires I Like. … [Read more...] about Best Cheap Road Tires: Readers’ Picks