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Tour de France 2010
Perhaps the world’s most famous bicycle race, the Tour de France is scheduled to start July 3, 2010 in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Read on for more information about the 2010 Tour.
Tour de Cure for the American Diabetes Association
One of the annual fundraisers for the American Diabetes Association, Tour de Cure offers rides that give all cyclists opportunities to help.
To Clip or Not to Clip
Are you interested in maximizing your cycling power? Consider switching to toe clips or clipless pedals. Read on for more information and confidence building tips.
The First Big Ride – Book Review
There are many tales about rides across the United States, but not many by novice cyclists who had never ridden more than five miles before committing to their journey. Eloise Hanner’s The First Big Ride – A Woman’s Journey will make you say, “If she can do it, so can I!”
Take a Seat - Book Review
Dominic Gill not only rode from Deadhorse, Alaska to Ushuaia, Argentina, he did so alone on a tandem bicycle. Alone, that is, except for short-term stokers he collected along the way. He tells his story in Take a Seat.
Starting Over as an Adult Cyclist
Are you way past childhood, but want to get back on a bike? Read on for motivation and helpful hints to get you back in the saddle and riding again.
Slow Fat Triathlete – Book Reviews
Jayne Williams’ books about “living your athletic dreams in the body you have now” will make you laugh, make you realize you’re not alone, and inspire you to get out there and pursue your athletic dreams.
Six Tips for a New Cyclist
Starting a new activity is often a little, or a lot, intimidating. For an adult, being a new cyclist is no different. These six tips will help you start off on the right pedal.
Simple Exercises for Cyclists
Athletes know that cross-training is one of the best ways to maintain overall fitness, increase strength and enhance performance. The same is true for the rest of us. These simple strength-training exercises can help ensure your cycling experiences are the best they can be.
Route of the Hiawatha
Cycling this 15 mile rail-trail takes you through the beautiful scenery of the Bitterroot Mountains, not to mention through nine tunnels and over seven high trestles.
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