Depression, Like Glass in Your Tire

Originally posted on Bike and Brain:
Your BIKE transports you, your BIKE stabilizes you, and your BIKE relieves you. You understand your bike as a single unit with unlimited potential. However, as you know, your bike is made up of many parts. There is the chain, brakes, handlebars, shifter, clips, cables, and many other mechanisms…

R. I. P. Anthony Mason

 Being a Basketball player first, I remember countless times watching this talented, strong, aggressive player give his all. I respected him for his grit, edge, and talent. You will be missed by many…..

To ‘Bit’ or not to ‘Bit’? (Guest Post)

Originally posted on FIT IS A FEMINIST ISSUE:
by Ange B A few weeks or so back I was wondering whether an activity tracker would be a worthwhile purchase. I am generally wary or gadgets and so, when I first heard about these new super-charged pedometers my initial thoughts were that they appeared to be…

Cycling is Not Expensive! Well…

Originally posted on Fit Recovery:
I stumbled on a search query a few days ago that led someone to my site that bummed me out a bit: “Cycling is expensive” There is no doubt that cycling can be expensive; some avid cyclists can drop $10,000-$20,000 on one bike, let alone all of the necessary equipment…

Getting Use To My New Surroundings

Today I checked out pages of my fellow bloggers. I wanted to see how others have succeeded in keeping their blogs actively growing. All of the pages I viewed today gave me inspiration an ideas that will hopefully make this a place you will enjoy coming to.

Can The Bike Truly Help? Or Are You Just Obsessed?

Originally posted on Bike and Brain:
As I begin taking the next steps to turn Bike and Brain into a tangible non-profit, I find myself pondering all the ways a bike can make a true difference. I can think of many obvious benefits, but one news story recently really brought the bikes true power to…

Everything I Need To Know I learned in……….. The Last Week

Originally posted on Secondary Roads:
Kindergarten was great, but I don’t recall learning a single thing about cycling.  Odd, right?  In fact, as I’ve become more and more enthused (some would call it obsessed) with riding, I’ve often found it somewhat difficult to advance my knowledge.  The internet is great, or can be, but you…

High Carb Vegan Diet

Originally posted on Power Meter Cyclist:
When you eat carbohydrates it is a common misconception that you will put on weight. However carbs are burned in the body once they enter whether they come from simple Sugars or complex carbs. The carbs are burned within 6 to 10 hours of entering the body. If excess…

Garmin Edge 1000

Originally posted on Power Meter Cyclist:
The garmin edge 1000 is garmin’s top of the range gps cycling computer as I’m sure you know. It was released in early 2014. In December, I got myself this computer and have been trading it since. I was sceptical about buying this computer because of the price and…