Training

Five Skills Training For Success: Orbike: Look For Adventure

  5 Tips for Training Success Training seems intimidating – the motivation to begin can be daunting. But with a little preparation and planning, you’ll find that it’s easy to stick with your routine, even if you are on vacation, engrossed in an online slots session like All Slots Casino, or busy with work. Train […]

Cycling

The French Government Rejected The Request To Make Mechanical Doping Is Illegal

Hopes that the fight against technological fraud would be strengthened due to criminalisation of hidden motors have been dashed, at least temporarily, by the French government. Politician Marc Le Fur had proposed a motion to make so-called mechanical doping illegal, thus making those breaking the law liable to heavy penalties. He suggested a sanction of […]

News

At Cuyuna, MTB Trails Revitalize ‘Forgotten Region’

‘People said it was a terrible idea, that we had no chance. Some of us believed it.’ -Aaron Hautala Bikers roll into Crosby, Minn., after a day fat biking Cuyuna trails The Old Cuyuna Meth labs. Abandoned trailers. For decades, Cuyuna was a dead zone. But here exists the Cuyuna Lakes area in north-central Minnesota. The […]

News

Ups Provide Electric Bicycle Now

The traditional bike messenger rig is about to get a lot bigger and a lot browner. UPS eBike – UPS Chairman and CEO David Abney (not in shorty-shorts) UPS announced this month that it began testing e-tricycle delivery this November in Portland (of course). How the global parcel courier managed to keep it a secret is […]

Cycling

Pioneer John Wayne

Kat and I have driven across Washington State countless times on Interstate 90, but it wasn’t until we pedaled across on the John Wayne Pioneer Trail that we had a visceral connection to the state we’ve called home for over 30 years. Pedal stroke by pedal stroke, we traveled through evergreen forests, dramatic shrub steppe, unique […]

Cycling

I Eat The Elephant One Bite!

Carolyn Carter and her husband Steve are avid cyclists and runners from Texas with an interest in antique bicycles, especially high-wheel bicycles. In fact, their interest runs so high, they’ve both ridden their high wheels across the U.S., and Carolyn is the first woman to have accomplished this feat. When asked what drove her to tackle such […]

Cycling Travel

Jumpstartbiketravel: John Nguyen Houston To Ride A Bicycle

When I applied for the Young Adult Bike Travel Scholarship in 2014, I was asked to propose a service project for the Adventure Cycling Association as a condition for receiving a free bicycle tour in Oregon. I channeled their mission of inspiring and empowering people to travel by bicycle by proposing to change the cycling […]

Joyride Cycling Tips

Cadel Get Curtain Raiser, Crit F1 In Melbourne’s Albert Park Circuit

The Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race carnival will grow beyond a single weekend in 2017 with the introduction of a men’s and women’s criterium event, the Towards Zero Race Melbourne. Held on Australia Day, Thursday January 26, Race Melbourne falls two days before the women’s Cadel’s Race and three days before the men’s event. […]

Cycling

Readers Wrote: Problems Of Your Device, Answer

Winter riding, photography, and fat bikes are addressed in our ‘Readers Write’ installment this week. Our new column answers reader questions on gear, adventure, and the outdoors. We’ll tackle a few each week. Send your questions to contact@gearjunkie.com. Question On Winter Biking Hello, I came across your article on winter bikes. Very interesting set up. […]