Farm to Fork PA Dutch Ride
Cycling

Farm to Fork PA Dutch Ride

July 26, 2017 0

The Farm To Fork Fondo – PA Dutch is unlike any other ride you have experienced and we have an exclusive offer to our readers, use code MOVEMENTSPORTS, and get 15% off. Created by former pro […]

Product Reviews

Continental Gator Hardshell Tires

April 9, 2017 0

Over the last few years, I have ridden exclusively with flat protection tires on my road bikes. Due to the city riding, my size, and propensity to bunny hop glass, pot holes, manhole covers, roadkill, […]

Rolf Wheels
Product Reviews

Rolf Prima Echelon Wheelset

April 3, 2017 0

As a pseudo scientist, aware consumer, and overall bike nerd, I try to get the most out of every review that I do. I always use the same routes for trying out product that comes […]

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 […]

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 – […]