Archive For The “Training and Nutrition Articles” Category

Tips for Shapping Up the Legs Through Cycling

By | June 13, 2011

As your diet plan is helping you to achieve your desired weight in which you looks good. Now you start out to tone up your lower body by starting jogging. With jogging, the scenery changes too slowly and eventually you start getting bored. You knees start aching, buying new shoes after every 4-6 months gets […]

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Bike to Work Day – 2011

By | June 3, 2011

Bike to Work Day 2011 has it’s biggest turnout yet. Dozens of city, county and state celebrated Earthday with a greener commute.

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Bike to Work Week Promo

By | June 3, 2011

A special Event is organized in Canadian states for cycling from 21st May – 6th June. So enjoy cycling and burn your calories an effective and environment friendly way to stay healthy.

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Why to Use Cycling Glasses?

By | May 31, 2011

If you are a professional cyclist, you may already have at least one pair of cycling glasses particularly for riding on the roads. Most people do not bother with specialist cycle eyewear, or they wear their normal eyeglasses if they are restricted and need glasses anyway. There are several reasons to choose bike specific eyewear […]

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Great Opportunity of Learning for New Cyclists

By | May 4, 2011

CAN-BIKE Courses 2011 CAN-BIKE is Canada’s only national safe cycling education program. CAN-BIKE courses empower cyclists to ride more confidently and more safely. The Canadian Cycling Association has continuously developed the CAN-BIKE program over the last 30 years and delivered it in many communities across Canada. Bicycle Newfoundland and Labrador is the provincial CAN-BIKE delivery partner. In association with […]

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Basic Cycling Checklist

By | May 4, 2011

Following are some Fundamental items and reminders suitable to get anyone started in any type of cycling. The Two Essentials . Bike . Helmet Core gear . Water (hydration pack; bottle with cage) . Snacks/energy food . Sunscreen . First-aid kit (see our First-aid checklist) . Eye protection (sunglasses, clear lenses) . Medical info/emergency contact card Core bike […]

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Q-Factor

By | April 28, 2011

I hope many of the people haven’t heard about this terminology or what it is about. So let me help you to understand what Q-Factor is about and how it is helpful to cyclists. Q-factor is the distance between the cyclists’ feet and measured through the bottom bracket. Q-factor has implications to a Cyclists Mechanics […]

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How to Use Clip Pedals

By | April 26, 2011

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Importance of Cycling Power Meter

By | April 21, 2011

A cycling power meter is a device on a bicycle that allows measuring of the power output of the rider. Most cycling power meters usestrain gauges to measure torque applied, and, combined with angular velocity, calculate power. The Technology was adapted to cycling in the late 1980s Training using a power meter is increasingly popular. Power meters generally come with […]

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Road Safety

By | April 19, 2011

Safety is our first priority, and we base our policies on the belief that all accidents are preventable. Many people think that bicycling is dangerous without thinking that cyclist travel more miles per fatality than pedestrians. The cycling is safe does not mean that the individual should not make efforts to make their cycling more […]

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