Category Archives: winter

Winter is Here, But Riding is Too…Sometimes…

Well, we’re certainly in the off season…if there is an off season. More snow, more cold and more riding the trainer. For me, riding the trainer is worse than watching golf on television without Tiger Woods playing. I still manage … Continue reading

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Training, Snow and Cancelled Race

It has been a pretty cold past few weeks. Too cold to really ride outside. And, when I have gone out for a ride, it wasn’t really too beneficial for training purposes. My outside rides have been more for the … Continue reading

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Beer Season Coming To An End

Wow, it’s 2010 already. It almost seems like the bicycle racing season is just too short. But, for me at least, it actually runs late March through November. That’s nearly nine months of racing and heavy riding. What happens during … Continue reading

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Too cold, but still rode

I went to my favorite, close to home, mountain bike trails today at Cherry Plain State Park. There is generally a little bit more snow there than I have. There was enough snow that I decided to stay on the … Continue reading

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Snow, Ice and Singletrack

It might be a winter wonderland out there, but we’re still riding…Come on, four inches of snow won’t stop me. 27 degrees won’t even stop me. Unfortunately, the snow and cold will eventually stop me. I took a drive over … Continue reading

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Winter Riding

I came across this article online a few years ago, and thought it was some good basic information for winter riding. How to prepare yourself for winter riding Cycling during the winter season can be considered quite a challenge. Shortened … Continue reading

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