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Category Archives: Cycling

Entertrainment: Elf Trainer Ride

Trainer ride set to the movie Elf. Continue reading

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Bike Maintenance Clinic at Tour of Nevada City Bike Shop

Learn to take off your back tire and fix a flat bike tube at a clinic being put on by Tour of Nevada City Bike Shop. This is co-sponsored by Grass Valley’s Soles Inspired Tri Club. Continue reading

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Prevent Cycling Neck Pain

Are those cycling miles adding up already and causing neck pain? Here are some solutions. Continue reading

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Protecting Your Carbon Fiber Bike Frame

Protect your carbon steed from scuffs with your smart phone screen cover. Continue reading

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Pre-Season Cycling

Here are some thoughts on Pre-Season Cycling including technique and drills.

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Entertrainment: Lord of the Rings Indoor Cycling Game

Bored with your indoor trainer already? Here’s one to spice up that Saturday long ride. We’ll neither confirm nor deny we adapted this from a LOTR college drinking game. Continue reading

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Cycling on Hills

Regardless of whether or not your big races will be on hilly courses like Wildflower 70.3 or Ironman Coeur d’Alene, riding hills have a place in most training plans. Included here are some strategies for hill training, hill racing, and cycling handling skills. Continue reading

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Cold Weather Running: Warm Hands

When it comes to staying warm and exercising outdoors, some of us bundle up like Ralphie’s little brother from “A Christmas Story.” But there’s a better way. Coach Bees got a chance to talk to legendary mountaineer Conrad Anker the last time he was in town. His tip for staying warm was incredibly simple yet overlooked by most of us. Continue reading

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