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October 20, 2016
Many things need to be taken into consideration when buying a bike, old or new. Buying used has risks and buying new can be expensive. See a few key elements to pay attention to.
biking cities, biking road, biking, cycle torch
October 17, 2016
When it comes to biking, not all cities are created equally. Some cities have a stronger culture of commuting by bike than others, and thus put infrastructures in place to accommodate cyclists and keep them safe.
cold weather cycling, cycling road, cold weather cycling gear, cycle torch
September 13, 2016
Cycling in winter can be tough, especially in colder parts of the country where snow and ice complicate road conditions and plummeting temperatures make it hard to stay safe and warm while exercising or commuting to work. With the right equipment, though, you can fend off the worst of the cold and get where...
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September 12, 2016
Cycling is efficient, healthy, and absolutely essential to city living where driving six blocks can take half an hour and every commute to work feels like a reenactment of The Odyssey. But when you’re on a bicycle, you’re exposed to the elements and to the not-inconsiderable danger of careless motorists. To stay safe and comfortable while you’re getting where you need to go, here’s a list of five essential accessories.
loosing weight, bike, bike lights
September 9, 2016
A cycling regimen synthesizes the best parts of heart-strengthening cardio exercise with the rigor of toning, fat-burning workouts. With proper equipment and a little practice, you can build up a program that will help you lose weight and develop your athletic abilities.
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September 9, 2016
Anyone who’s lived in a major city knows that driving within city limits can be brutally slow and subject to interruptions. Bikes let commuters circumnavigate busy traffic and clogged streets, but it’s important to remember that they don’t protect their riders like cars do their passengers. Cyclists have to be extra careful...
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