If you love cycling, there’s no better vacation than a cycling vacation. And if you want some time away from the world, hanging out with a bunch of supportive, active women can be a life-changing experience. The best of both worlds? A women-only cycling vacation! Here’s a list of cycling vacations and tours for women.
There’s no better way to get stoked on the New Year than adding a couple of events to the calendar. You know your 2020 schedule will soon be jam-packed with kids activities, work trips, and dentist appointments. So before it gets too full, register for one of these camps, clinics, or trips. They are just
Winter doesn’t have to mean the end of your cycling season. And no, I’m not suggesting heading indoors to your rollers (although there might be some of that involved). For many places around the U.S., winter days bring cool, sunny weather ideal for completing a big ride. Here are five century rides to add to your
You’re sick of hanging up the bike all winter and are ready to get outside more during snow season. With the increased popularity of fat biking, there really is no reason to give up biking when the snow starts to fly. Of course, like any new cycling discipline, it can be tough to know how
The days are getting shorter, and the temperature is dropping. Even if your indoor set up is dialed, sometimes you just have to get outside. The first couple of rides are the toughest. Once you get better acclimated to the cold weather and get your layering down, winter riding can be fun! The key is
Winter is rapidly approaching. The days are getting shorter and the temperatures are getting lower. While some folks throw on snow pants and studded tires, the majority of us would rather suffer indoors to keep training throughout the winter. That said, riding a bike indoors does not have to wait until the weather gets bad.
The days are getting shorter, but that doesn’t mean your rides need to get shorter! Especially for those in warmer climates, fall can be the best time of year to ride. Whether you are commuting, making your way home after the local group ride, or shredding some singletrack, here are a few things to consider.
Big Sky bike park in Big Sky, Montana is the home to a plethora of steep, rocky, rooty trails. Compared to other bike parks, Big Sky has more natural singletrack than most. There are still a couple of machine-built jump lines and flow trails, but this place is really famous for its steep, technical terrain.
Part of the reason buying a bike is so challenging is because there are SO MANY different types of bicycles: road bikes, mountain bikes, e-bikes, cargo bikes, yikes! While it can all be a bit confusing, the good news is that this huge variety of bicycles means that there is a bike out there perfectly
If you haven’t been yet, you’ve got to head to Grand Targhee bike park in Alta, Wyoming. It has a more relaxed atmosphere than other bike parks and makes for a great weekend getaway. The park has a lot to offer – fun, flowy, challenging terrain, and incredible views. If you want more than just