Highlands Gran Fondo
Cycling

Highlands Gran Fondo

May 30, 2017 0

It’s always a good ride when it starts and ends at brewery. There are a number of gran fondos in the region and one of our favorites is the Highland Gran Fondo produced by the […]

Cycling

Track Cycling for the Masses

April 19, 2017 0

The bright lights beaming down onto the grand stand, the roaring of the crowd, the pounding of hands on the boards, the whoosh of the bikes as they fly by – this must be the […]

Bridge Crossing at the Hell of Hunterdon, photo by Mike Maney
Cycling

Spring Classics

April 3, 2017 0

Regardless of the groundhog’s opinion, March 20th will always mark the first day of Spring – the start of a season full of renewal, rebirth, and regrowth. In cycling, spring is no different – it […]

The author out on a commute, photo by Sarah Philbrick Kelly
Cycling

Thoughts on Commuting

March 27, 2017 0

A few years ago I returned to college after a long career as a photojournalist. Times were tough, as was finding work in the news industry. I decided to get a bike that I could […]

Ray's MTB Park, Cleveland, OH
Cycling

Ray’s Mountain Bike Park

March 27, 2017 0

If you build it they will come. The phrase is ripped right off the silver screen, but applies directly to the Ray’s Mountain Bike Park. If you travel in the mountain bike circles, you would […]

Dominique Rollin (FDJ-Big Mat)
Cycling

Learning From The Northern Classics

March 27, 2017 0

It all starts with the basics. If you don’t have the fitness, you can’t start. If you don’t have the technique and tactics, you can’t compete. If you don’t have it all, you can’t win. […]

Embrocation
Cycling

Embrocation for Spring

March 27, 2017 0

Spring has arrived faster than usual this year and, for cyclists, that means a transition of not just indoor to outdoor riding, but of choice in apparel. Riding in the spring can be tricky – […]