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Monthly Archives: April 2014
If your chain is shot, shifting suffers. “Change your chain more frequently, and you won’t have to replace your cogs and rings as often”,says 1996 mountain bike Olympian Andreas Hestler. He often changes his chain after spring training camps or … Continue reading
Ride just 20 miles a week instead of driving and you single handedly cut half a ton of CO2 emissions in a year.
Our bodies have become hardwired to conserve calories when faced with a food shortage. When you skip meals, your body immediately slows your resting metabolic rate. And when you skip meals on a regular basis, your RMR may remain permanently … Continue reading
The new Mt. Juliet BPAC met at the City Hall on April 7. We discussed 3 projects to submit to the Nashville Area MPO: Active Transportation Program grant award. A pedestrian/bike bridge connecting Charlie Daniels Park to the high school, … Continue reading
Work hard at improving your cycling skills, but always keep the fun in riding.