Your Guide to Grand Targhee Bike Park

Demo at Targhee Bike Park

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 … Read more

Guide to Road Bike Tire Sizes

Allez Sprint track tire

If you are shopping for a new pair of tires for your road bike, the vast number of size options can be overwhelming. Should you go narrow or wide? And what do all those numbers and letters mean? In this article, we will take a deeper dive into how road tires are measured, the importance … Read more

3 Ways To Explore Monterey, CA By Bike

Monterey Bike

Discover why Monterey, CA Is Heaven On Earth for Cyclists Is there such a place as Heaven on Earth? For many people, including cyclists, Monterey County on California’s central coast might be that place. Its scenic beauty has adorned thousands of postcards, calendars, and tabletop books, and its weather ranges from comfortable to glorious year-round, … Read more

Fueling for a Century Ride: 7 Tips to Keep You Riding Strong

fueling for a century ride

You’ve put in the training to cover 100 miles on the bike, figured out how to layer for a long day, notified your loved ones of your upcoming adventure, but there is one final crucial component to iron out: what to eat for the next 5-9 hours? Fueling for a century can be confusing, and … Read more

15 Signs That You Might Be a (Female) Cyclist

female cyclist

Think you might have caught the cycling bug? Here are 15 tell-tale signs that you’ve fallen prey to a biking addiction. There’s no cure, but that’s okay–you don’t want one. Your Arms Are Tan But Your Hands Are White There’s a clearly defined line where on your wrists where your gloves begin. You do your … Read more

How To Remove Bike Pedals

remove bike pedals

Need to remove the pedals off your bike (or put new ones on), but not sure how to do it? No fear: this is one of the easiest bike “how to’s” out there. A few minutes, some simple tools, and a little elbow grease is all you need. We’ll walk you step-by-step through the process … Read more

7 Tips for Training for a Century Ride

training for a century ride

Completing a century ride is a huge accomplishment, and should be a bucket list item for every cyclist. That said, the thought of getting into good enough shape to finish one can be intimidating.

5 Tips to Dial in the Perfect Mountain Bike Tire Pressure

mountain bike tire pressure

Finding the perfect tire pressure for your mountain bike is more art than science.  The perfect MTB tire pressure is dependent on rider weight, tire volume, terrain, trail conditions, personal preference, and more. Despite all these factors, finding the right tire pressure is worth the effort.  A properly inflated tire will increase speed, improve traction, … Read more

13 Things that You Should Take on Every Backcountry Ride

Bike Kit

We all know there are things we should bring on EVERY ride–a pump, a spare tube, etc–but when we venture further from easy rescue, there are additional items we should carry to survive in the backcountry. In fact, it seems the further that one gets from a paved road, the more likely something is to … Read more