Fall is Time for Cyclocross

By Tyler Wren Leaves changing, back to school, world series, end-of-season break- these are some of the things most people think about when autumn comes around. But not me- even after a long season of traveling and racing my bike on the road, my mind inevitably turns to cyclocross in the fall. One thng to […]

Physiological Testing & Endurance Training

By Dave Harward and Mark Deterline Scientific parameters Each time we suggest it’s time for a test, many of our athletes cringe and suggest postponing it until they feel better or stronger. Others love the challenge and look forward to it. Regardless, if an athlete wants the most out of structured training, especially if working […]

Cycling in Turkey and Lebanon

By David Ward Thanks to my daughter who works for the Foreign Service, thus working in embassies throughout the world, we have had the opportunity to travel to a few diverse regions of this wonderful planet. First it was Bangladesh, then Austria and now Lebanon. Loving to ride a bike, I look forward to incorporating […]

Bicycle Collective News

With cold weather comes warm hearts. Every winter Collective volunteers refurbish and provide hundreds of children’s bicycles to goodwill programs like Sub-for-Santa, Angel Tree, and more to be given as presents during the holiday season. Warm your heart and someone else’s by donating a bike and volunteering your time. There is also the option of […]