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  • Foldylock
    FOLDYLOCK Locks A Bicycle Down
    I used to live in New York so I know that trust has to be tempered with the steel of a good and solid bicycle lock. Of course back in the day that just meant wrapping a chain around through the wheel and counting on luck and a decent combination...
  • Bicycle Spain
    Bicycle Adventures in Pyrenees
    Bicycle Adventures is hosting a May departure of a 14-day cycling tour through Hemingway territory in Pyrenees. Camino de Santiago is a nearly all-inclusive professionally guided small group tour.“I did the Camino in 2005. I fell in love...
  • What’s new in 2015: beach bikes, sweat like the celebs and an inner diva spin
    What’s new in 2015: beach bikes, sweat like the celebs and an inner diva spin
    Together Viceroy Santa Monicaand Priority Bicyclesinvite guests, to experience a new bike concierge program. Curated by staff member James Vierra, Viceroy’s new bike concierge offers hotel guests free rentals of the new Priority Bikes fleet....
  • Active Wine Country Tours
    Active California Wine Country Tours
    Heading into the new year, active wine lovers can feed their new year's resolutions and enjoy vineyard landscapes with a hike or bike ride in California wine country and a wine tasting at the end. All of California’s dozens of wine...
  • Cycling Review: Linus Roadster Classic Single Speed Bicycle
    Cycling Review: Linus Roadster Classic Single Speed Bicycle
    Have you ever wanted to streamline your cycling experience and get back to the simplicity of a retro single speed? The Roadster Classic from Linus definitely fits the bill. Inspired by French and Italian cinema from the 50’s and 60’s,...
  • Philadelphia: Delaware River Trail
    Philadelphia: Delaware River Trail
    First opened in June of 2013, the Delaware River Trail is part of larger plan to transform the Delaware River waterfront into a walkable, bike-able, sustainable outdoor destination. The paved bike and multi-use trail section off Washington Avenue...
  • Join the Stray Cat Strut on the Cross Florida Greenway
    Join the Stray Cat Strut on the Cross Florida Greenway
    Walk, bicycle, or horseback ride for felines at the Stray Cat Strut at the Cross Florida Greenway (SR 200 to CR 484) on October 11, 2014. The funds raised by the participants will support Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) programs provided by Sheltering...
  • 2014 USA Pro Cycling Challenge Stage 5 and Pikes Peak
    Stage 5 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge speeds out of Woodland Park
    Late in the morning on August 22, 2014, dark clouds and rain greeted the USA Pro Cycling Challenge as cyclists headed out of the historic mountain town of Woodland Park to the Stage 5 finish line in the beautiful ski town of Breckenridge, Colorado...
  • Biking for my dad, my hero
    Crossing Maryland Day 2 biking portion for my dad
    This is very person for many, many reasons. I completed the hike this morning for Bohde Henley and the Cool Kids Campaign (I hope you donated).The afternoon bike rides are for people who have been a big part of building my character and whose...
  • Exercise: Enjoy bike riding
    Exercise: Enjoy bike riding
    Have you talked about exercising and burning calories?Try bike riding.Bike riding isrewarding anda great way toburn calories. Whilebike riding outdoors, enjoy the cool breeze while viewing your beautiful neighborhood. Also, be safe while riding...
  • Monkey Light, light up your ride
    Light up your bike ride with Monkey Light
    Growing up, kids would add a simple playing card to bicycle spokes to customize their ride with sound. The faster they're pedaled, the quicker and louder the sound. Kids today have moved beyond the simple card to customize their bikes. With...
  • No plans to change bicycle helmet reporting requirements
    No plans to change bicycle helmet reporting requirements
    The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) does not plan to alter the filings required of bicycle helmet manufacturers. CPSC announced in the Federal Register of Tuesday, July 29, 2014 that it plans to ask the Office of Management & Budget ...
  • Saturday news: Coopers hawk nearly nabbed a crow
    Saturday news: Coopers hawk nearly nabbed a crow
    Hiking the Custis Trail and back through the Cherrydale Park today, we encountered crows loitering along in the shade. Suddenly, a Coopers hawk nose dived from high in the trees and came very close to catching a crow. That is why crows and hawks...
  • Steamboat Springs Mountain
    Steamboat Springs, Colorado-The otherside of the mountain
    Descending over the Rocky Mountains snow-capped peaks in July thrills travelers heading to Steamboat Springs, Colorado. A three hour drive from Denver, winding through some of the prettiest scenery in the state, Steamboat Springs attracts the...
  • LiveRider Cycling Computer
    Start Pedaling With New Potato Technologies LiveRider Cycling Computer
    Bicycling is good for the body and soul, but tracking one’s results used to be a pain involving wiring sensors to a stand-alone device connected to the handlebars. True, one can employ a smartphone app to track where one is going and even...