How and when to ride your bicycle in the dark

How and when to ride your bicycle in the dark

Why are you still in the dark about night riding when you could break away from the masses, escape monotony, or gain an extra riding season? Riding a bike “after hours” livens up your routine ride when you can’t see much of what’s in front of you – in fact that kind of unpredictability also doubles as a narrative for life…embrace it.

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4 ways to start your trip to Granada right now

4 ways to start your trip to Granada right now

Travel helps strengthen your social, intellectual, and introspective skills so rather than leave those benefits to languish until you step off the plane, start your trip to Granada, Spain right now. Here are a few suggestions to get you charged up about visiting this legendary place.

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Guest post: Bike injury recovery tips

Guest post: Bike injury recovery tips

If you’re like either of us, then forced time off the bike as a result of injury curbs your freedom and can actually succeed in making you feel worse…if you let it. Instead you can choose to use your time off-the-bike wisely and occupy yourself with some of these strategies in this guest blog post republished courtesy of Ritchey.

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Where the best cycling in Spain is

Where the best cycling in Spain is

Cycling in Spain is as romantic as it sounds. That’s even more true now that Spain is beginning to define its cycling identity on its own terms. What Spain has so humbly forgotten to mention about its cycling offerings goes way beyond great food and weather, breathtaking scenery, and challenging terrain. If you want to know where the best cycling in Spain is, read on

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Moonlight ride up Europe’s highest cyclable climb

Moonlight ride up Europe’s highest cyclable climb

“El pico de Veleta” is Europe’s highest cyclable climb and it soars up to 3,394 m (11,135 ft). Time your ascent to a full moon, which falls this year on June 17, July 16, or August 15, 2019, to reach the peak at sunrise for an experience that’s hard to match anywhere else in the world. If there are no clouds, you can likely ride up Veleta without needing to turn on your lights. Keep reading for more help in planning your ascent…

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Meet Sierra al Límite’s Defending Golden Climber

Meet Sierra al Límite’s Defending Golden Climber

The Sierra al Límite road bike event takes place over two days in July each year. Participants can choose to race both days or only the first day. The second day offers a non-competitive climb up Veleta to the finish at 3,290 meters/10,794′. Those who race both days have a chance at winning the title of “Golden Climber” for scoring the lowest cumulative time for both days. This vlog features the 2018 Sierra al Límite Golden Climber and the coach who helped him get there.

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Tips to Thriving in Spain for the health-conscious

Tips to Thriving in Spain for the health-conscious

When the news hit that Spain had taken the top spot from Italy as the world’s healthiest nation, more than a few eyebrows shot up in surprise. However if you know how to strategize your visit, the flavors and quality of life here will soon make it obvious why Spain is #1. Here are some tips for surviving (and thriving) in Spain if you are health-conscious.

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What if this was your only choice for a drivetrain?

What if this was your only choice for a drivetrain?

From wider tires to single-chainring groupsets, traditional drop bar bikes are evolving. Too bad traditional cyclists aren’t evolving as quickly. But that may change as a new batch of 1x drivetrains from leading component makers aim to simplify drop bar bikes. (republished from the Taipei Show Daily)

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