Is one of your New Year’s Resolutions to have more fun on your bike by extending your cycling season throughout the year? To start building your fitness for your best summer season by continuing to ride through the winter? To cycle more for health and weight management? To get more outdoor exercise to stave off seasonal affective disorder, or SAD? To commute more because it’s green and cheap? Coach John Hughes and most of his clients ride year-round for these and other reasons, in sometimes harsh weather. In this article, he shares his expertise on how to start cycling earlier in the spring, ride later in the fall and, if you wish, ride in the winter.
He breaks the article down into six factors to successfully ride year-round:
Year-Round Cycling: How to Extend Your Cycling Season runs 15 pages and includes a section of resources with further information on many of the topics discussed.
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