By Thomas Henson | Riding in a paceline transforms a solitary activity into a team sport that demands skill, focus, and athleticism. For new riders, a paceline can increase stamina and confidence on the road. For experienced cyclists, a paceline is a great way to train for a race, pushing performance to a higher level while building camaraderie among teammates.
By Dana MacCorquodale | It takes a total badass to become a professional triathlete. They are a breed unlike any other. They are strong, dedicated, driven, relentless and passionate about their sport. Few can fathom the commitment it takes. Their pain thresholds are off the charts. Two-time marathon winner Sika Henry is very familiar with that pain. She is a stone cold badass of the highest caliber. And she’s just getting started.
by No Meat Athletes’ Matt Frazier & Doug Hay | There’s nothing wrong with getting in a rut. It doesn’t mean you don’t still love running or can’t go on to achieve great running goals. It just means you’re in a rut, plain and simple.
Hit the Boardwalk running on Saturday, April 13 for the 11K and 7K or ACCEA Kids Fit one-mile run and Sunday, April 14 for the AmeriHealth New Jersey April Fools Half Marathon.
By Thomas Henson I have been road riding for many years, but my first experience with cycling as a young adult was mountain biking. Back then, I was still young enough to think I was invincible, and the cuts and scrapes from conquering rocks, roots, and steep trails were