Shaking Off Numb Hands

Shaking Off Numb Hands

By John Higgins – So far this year the most common issue I have encountered as a bike fitter are cyclists experiencing numb hands. Many of you will have experienced occasional numbness or tingling while cycling, but for some of you this is a recurring, persistent experience that detracts from your ability to go the […]

Colorado Classic Sets Dates to Return in 2020

Colorado Classic Sets Dates to Return in 2020

Colorado Classic Sets Dates to Return in 2020 with Four-Stage Race August 27-30. Game-changing race a major success in debut as all-women’s pro event; VF Corporation to return as presenting sponsor. (DENVER, CO — September 10, 2019) – Based on the overwhelming success of the Colorado Classic® presented by VF Corporation in its debut as an […]

SelectHealth Renews Support of GREENbike Non-Profit Bike Share System

SelectHealth Renews Support of GREENbike Non-Profit Bike Share System

SALT LAKE CITY, UT (September 10, 2019) — SelectHealth, a founding supporter of GREENbike has renewed its title sponsorship of Salt Lake City’s non-profit bike share system through 2021. With Selecthealth’s support, the bike share system has thrived and become a true asset to Salt Lake City – promoting active transportation, improving air quality and […]

Study Shows Bike Lanes are Safer for Cyclists and Protected Bike Lanes are Even Better

Study Shows Bike Lanes are Safer for Cyclists and Protected Bike Lanes are Even Better

By Charles Pekow – Yes, protected bike lanes do make streets safer to cycle on. Evidence comes in the form of a new study conducted by the University of Minnesota for the Minnesota Department of Transportation. And advocates can cite it to planners, politicians, transit officials and motorists who object to losing driving or parking space […]

What To Love About Cyclocross

What To Love About Cyclocross

By Sarah Kaufmann – Every fall the cycling world turns its attention to a previously niche aspect of the sport. A niche where riders compete in all kinds of weather, from late summer heat to wintry freezing rain, mud and snow. Where the races include a mix of pavement and dirt and riders hop off […]

Ride: Ely to Cave Lake Nevada Express

Ride: Ely to Cave Lake Nevada Express

By Wayne Cottrell – While Nevada in the summertime may generate images of extreme desert heat, the state actually contains some 50 mountain ranges, offering relief from the heat at higher altitudes. The city of Ely is situated at an elevation of 6,437 feet in Nevada’s Egan Range, in the east central part of the state. […]

It’s Time to Cross Over!

It’s Time to Cross Over!

By Heidi Westfall – Fall is coming. Yes, it is time to hang up the skinny tires and downhill bikes, it’s time to cross over from summer to fall, which means only one thing – Cyclocross season is coming. Time to let the cow bells ring. Affectionately known as Cross, cyclocross started in the early […]

Biking Through The Dog Days Of Summer

Biking Through The Dog Days Of Summer

By Joe Kurmaskie – As I grow older, I grow younger… let me explain. The ice cream truck rolled by the pool as I swam with my kids – you gotta hand it to that industry, they know and locate their consumer base and exploit the heck out of them – it’s the first line in […]