Tori’s Tips :: What to Carry When You Are Bringing up the Rear

Tori’s Tips :: What to Carry When You Are Bringing up the Rear

What to carry on a ride depends on your priorities, your ride length, the amount of ride support you’ll have and your own comfort level.  Whether you ride minimalist or with everything but the kitchen sink, there’s no shame in taking a page from the Boy Scouts and “be...
Riding and Relationships :: Matters of the Heart

Riding and Relationships :: Matters of the Heart

You finally find the mountain bike for you and it seems perfect and flawless. You stare at it constantly… you stroke it, ride it and love it. You dive into mountain biking knowing the risks, but you do it anyway because it feels so right. The first of many rides...
Hacking Enduro :: Cornering Like You Know What You’re Doing

Hacking Enduro :: Cornering Like You Know What You’re Doing

In Part 1 of Hacking Enduro, we went over all the fun stuff you get to buy before attempting to ride enduro. Now, we’re going to progress to, you know, actually riding your shiny, new enduro bike. And we’re going to start with cornering, because one of the...
Perks for pedaling

Perks for pedaling

March 13, 2014 Repost from People for Bikes by Rachel Walker  You know why you ride your bike to work each day: fresh air, endorphins, avoiding snarled traffic in the morning rush. But what about your less enthusiastic colleagues, the ones who might consider...

Want better streets in America? Go to Denmark

November 11, 2013 Zach Vanderkooy, Green Lane Project international programs manager “People don’t know what they want until you show it to them.” -Steve Jobs How would you paint a desert landscape if you’ve never left Rhode Island? What if someone asked...