If you are an athlete who skips strength training, frequently says you ‘should stretch’ or deals with lots of injuries, this post-ride core routine is the secret weapon you’re looking for.
Pilates is a low-impact exercise method centered around core strength and control that can help improve your postural alignment and flexibility. Here's the article.
Unless you are one of those lucky people who lives in a place where the temperature is pleasant and mild all year round, chances are you have had to endure the misery of winter training. Read on at Active.com
There's not many published articles on saddle sores but here is a good one.
Riding comfortably for any distance is not required but highly desirable. So, how do you adjust your bike and yourself for that comfort? You might want to read this.
Don't think you need to warm-up before a ride? Read this article and then decide.
Stop doing these things—especially the ones you think are good for your bike—if you want to prolong the life of your pricey parts. Read all about it!
Two Portland bike mechanics, Patrick Loftus of the Community Cycling Center, 1700 N.E. Alberta St., and Nate Engeman of River City Bicycles, 706 S.E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., offered some tips to help keep you and your bike going, but two stood out. Read the article
Some tasks are more complex than others, but do not be discouraged, with the right tools and some patience, you are capable of keeping your bicycle rolling! Read on to find out how!
Bike maintenance is a wide-ranging topic, so in this article we start with the basics Read on to find out how!