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CYCLING – Competitive or Casual: Which Cycling Event is Best for You?

By Casey Clark Kelley Riders can have many different relationships with their own cycling. Some push hard for the speed and burn, while others may enjoy pedaling along with a relaxed smile on their face. Whether you’re one of these ...

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CYCLING – Picking a Bike Helmet: Invest in Safety!

By Josh Hatchell When you think about the vital role a bike helmet plays on every ride, they are one of the most overlooked accessories. Just like all your other items for your new bike, or season starting purchases, it’s ...

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CYCLING – Proper Form & Fit To Prevent Common Cycling Injuries

More and more American cyclists are hitting the road as the sport gains in popularity. In fact, an estimated 80 million people in the U.S. use bicycles for commuting, recreation or sport. Whether riding as a commuter or a weekend ...

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CYCLING DESTINATION: Blowing Rock, NC

Looking to escape the heat this summer? Take a short drive to western North Carolina for a bicycle trip in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Whether you like riding your bicycle on the road, trail, or gravel, the Blue Ridge Mountains ...

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CYCLING – Celebrate Cycling This Summer with These Unique Events

From competitive to recreational to luxury tour, there is not shortage of unique cycling events to satisfy all levels of cyclists here in the Southeast. Each of these special events are interesting in their own right but, all have one ...

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CYCLING – Why I Ride | Robert Bickerstaffe

By Robert Bickerstaffe “Write an article on why you ride, just 500 words, should be easy” I was asked. Initially I believed it would be easy too. The usual answer of keeping fit sprung to mind, or maybe helping my ...

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CYCLING – Apps for Everyday Cyclists

By Thomas Henson Smartphones are everywhere.  Fortunately or unfortunately, depending on your point of view, these devices seem to be used more for games with an objective of bursting little colorful bubbles than for arguably more healthful activities. Whenever I ...

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CYCLING – House Bill 959 – What Cyclists Need to Know

By Thomas Henson My previous articles have focused on the practical aspects of the law that might affect your life on the bike: property damage claims, personal injury claims, and critical types of insurance every cyclist should have. In this ...

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CYCLING – Warm-Up – Something for Everyone

By Thomas Henson Like many of us who work long hours and have family obligations, I definitely fall into the category of weekend warrior.  Injury prevention is my mantra, and I have learned over the years how important it is ...

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CYCLING – Finding Your Line

By Brian Beatty There are many things that draw us off-road and nourish our individual needs. Life’s lessons can be refined and practiced with clarity as we move in nature. The variability of terrain can be both a challenge and ...

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