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Strengthening Exercises for Cycling Enthusiasts

Strengthening Exercises for Cycling Enthusiasts

| June 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

It’s great that you’re bike commuting. You’re doing your body and the planet tons of good. If you take on long bike commutes, you need to start building your strength so that you don’t feel much pain from your long hours of pushing the pedals. Pain can get you off your bike and we don’t […]

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High Altitude Cycling Tour You Should Not Miss

High Altitude Cycling Tour You Should Not Miss

| June 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

Ever tried biking at a high altitude? Those who have tried this adventure would often say that to fully understand this physical and spiritual quest, you’ll have to be on such a ride. If you know you are physically fit for this adventure then here’s one tour that would give you great highs and contrasts. […]

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4 European Countries You Should Explore on a Bike

4 European Countries You Should Explore on a Bike

| June 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

If you want to experience the best of Europe, you should book a cycling tour. On a bike, you have the freedom to go around and explore the beautiful and majestic countryside that the continent of Europe boasts of.   The great thing about pedaling when you are exploring is that you always get a […]

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Do You Know How to Choose the Right Bike for You?

Do You Know How to Choose the Right Bike for You?

| June 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

It’s great that you have finally decided to buy a bicycle. Riding a bike is not only good for your health but also for the planet. You’ll also be glad to save a lot of money for gas if you choose to commute by cycling. But before you go to your local bike shop and […]

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An Epic Cycling Adventure in Tibet

An Epic Cycling Adventure in Tibet

| June 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

If you love mountain biking you’ll love this mountain bike tour in Tibet. But before you can sign up for this tour you’ll have to be physically and mentally (spiritually) ready. This is an extreme tour which means that it comes with technical difficulty. This is also a high altitude cycling tour which means careful […]

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Is Cycling Dangerous?

Is Cycling Dangerous?

| April 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

Just like any sport and any physical activity, cycling does come with a risk. So if someone asks you if riding your bicycle into the open road or rocky and mountainous terrains is dangerous, you should be honest and answer with a yes. There is danger lurking in almost everything. Swimming out in the open […]

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Spring Cycling

Spring Cycling

| March 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

Spring is here! And with that riders are off to riding once again. The cold days of winter are all but gone and the Earth has awoken from its deep slumber. Spring can make you feel renewed and rejuvenated. It may be because of the warmth or the colors that start painting the town. For […]

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Can Amsterdam Retain Its Cycling Crown?

Can Amsterdam Retain Its Cycling Crown?

| March 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

Amsterdam has been known as the cycling capital of the world. For passionate bike riders, Amsterdam is usually the top city to visit. When you mention cycling or bikes, what automatically pops into most people’s minds is Amsterdam. This is how bike-friendly the city is. In fact the locals consider bicycles as part of their […]

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Do You Ride with Cycling Techie Gear?

Do You Ride with Cycling Techie Gear?

| March 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

These days not many people use the map to find their way around. We have made much progress in our technology that paper maps will soon become obsolete. Did you remember the time when you had to stop from walking, driving or riding a bike to spread your paper map out? Some of you readers […]

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Cycling and Luggage Solution

Cycling and Luggage Solution

| March 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

When you commute using a bicycle, one of the things that you need is a good, sturdy and ideal luggage solution. Some commuting cyclists go for backpacks while others go for sling bags. There are also those who go for suit carriers, pannier bags and rucksacks. The ideal luggage solution when cycling will depend on […]

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