A 1000 mile cycling campaign and ride around Lake Michigan that supports Recovery on Water (ROW), a rowing program for breast cancer survivors.

Options to ride all 15 days, one week or one day are available.

This sounds like a fun event and a great cause.

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Mike Payne’s road trip across the U.S.A. by bicycle

Mike Payne, a Veloteer, has now completed his cross county bike trip across the United States. He rode with a tour group called America By Bicycle. He followed the northern route.

Follow Mike’s adventures on his Facebook page.

He had quite an adventure.

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Flat Tire Repair Class

At 6:30 pm on August 5 at the Mt. Juliet Biker’s Choice on Lebanon Road, there will be a class on how to properly change a flat tire.

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Saddle Discomfort—Solutions for Women Cyclists

Women’s Cycling Blog

“Women’s Cycling, your trusted resource for training tips, skills, nutrition, bicycle fit, maintenance, product reviews and more . .”

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Green Lanes Project and Alliance for Biking and Walking
The idea book for fairer cities: Building Equity – Race, Class, and protected Bike Lanes.

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Calcium and performance

Calcium, like sodium and potassium, plays a supporting role in muscle contraction. Go for fat free or low fat versions of milk and yogurt, which are both high in calcium. During rides sip a calcium-enriched electrolyte drink such as Luna Electrolyte Splash.

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Drink as you go

Top off as you go. Take in about 6 to 8 ounces (2 to 3 gulps) of fluid every 15 to 20 minutes while you ride.

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