Monthly Archives: May 2014

10 Mountain Biking Trails in America – Men’s Fitness

Finding a flawless mountain biking trail isn’t that hard. It’s all about what type of terrain, flow, and length you want. Jumps, bridges, wet ground, hills, turns, and obstacles (think: boulders, roots, and streams) dictate the speed and accessibility of … Continue reading

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For Sale: 2007 Jamis Exile SS

I’ve decided to sell my Jamis Exile SS 26er. It’s in excellent condition and there isn’t a lot of miles on this bike. I rode it only two season and that still was only part time as I mostly rode my … Continue reading

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How to Fight Back | Road Rights |

From If you’re a victim of an assault on the road, a civil suit could compensate you for your losses—even if the police don’t press charges. By: Bob Mionske When Anders Swanson set out for a ride on Tennessee’s … Continue reading

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My Ultra-Endurance Countdown

There’s only six weeks until the Wilmington-Whiteface 50k mountain bike race. I like where my fitness is right now, but it is time to pick up the pace and start training for success in this race. I like this race … Continue reading

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3 Random Things

Sometimes I just like to tell people about some of the things that interest me and some things that I like. So, why not write about those things here. Hopefully, I can stick to my plan of  a “3 Random … Continue reading

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