Archive for April 2018

PARIS-ROUBAIX PROVIDES A CYCLING CHALLENGE

How experienced of a cyclist do you consider yourself to be? If you’re a pro and are willing to brave some of the most difficult terrain in the world, consider heading to Northern France. It’s here where you’ll find the cobbled roads that are part of the Paris-Roubaix, the culmination of a two-week trek across…

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CYCLING THROUGH LONGER RIDES

As you get better and better with cycling, there will likely come a point where you’ll want to push yourself more, take the extra mile, or explore new territory or paths that you may not have been able to before. The better you get, the more important it is to make sure you’re properly prepared…

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NIBALI WON WITH A MASTERPIECE THE LAST MILANO-SAN REMO

Today it is one of the five Monuments of cycling. It was the opening race of the UCI Road World Cup series until the series was replaced by the UCI ProTour in 2005 and the World Tour in 2011. Milan–San Remo and the other four Monuments are now the one-day races in which most World…

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UTAH SEEKS TO BOOST CYCLING

Today we’re moving over to the Beehive State of Utah, specifically the city of Salt Lake City which is currently seeking solutions to reduce its air pollution. Cycling advocates will be getting together to determine the best ways to encourage Utah residents to ditch the traditional vehicles and switch to bikes. Swaying Utahns to adopt…

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BIKE SHARING SEES TREMENDOUS GROWTH

An increasingly popular method of getting around is bike sharing. Thanks to it ease of traveling short distances and being able to easily drop off the bike at another location, the alternative method of transportation has skyrocketed in popularity. Even more surprising, despite is existence in nearly 100 cities there has yet to be a…

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