Bike Accidents. What To Do After The Crash.

2018-01-04T16:54:04+00:00 March 23rd, 2016|Accident, Cycling|

Even if you equip yourself with safety gear and practice all the necessary precautions, accidents can and do still happen. During such a traumatic moment, you might find yourself completely disoriented and at a loss for what to do. If you do find yourself involved in a biking accident, here are the things you need [...]

8 of the Latest Tech Gear and Trends for Cyclists

2018-01-04T16:24:30+00:00 March 4th, 2016|Apps, Cycling, Technology|

Whether cycling is just a hobby, or a competitive sport, everyone can benefit from the latest tech gear being developed. From measuring your power, to contacting your loved ones in the event of an accident, cyclists are in better hands with many of these products. GARMIN VARIA VISION This lightweight cycling display device can be [...]

9 Hand Signals You Need to Know for Group Riding

2018-01-04T15:56:41+00:00 February 9th, 2016|Cycling, Laws|

For any group of cyclists, one of the most important safety measures will be knowing and using the proper hand signals when you are on the road. California bike laws require that you make your intentions clear when riding, and hand signaling is how you can do that. Importance of Hand Signaling For a group, [...]

3 New California Bike Laws You Should Know

2018-01-04T16:14:04+00:00 February 5th, 2016|Cycling, Laws|

To help you stay up to speed on the newest cycling laws, and also to avoid a fine, here is an overview on the most recently passed California bike laws. Electric Bicycles: Signed into law in October, and just having gone into effect at the beginning of the year, is AB1096 – a law regarding [...]

Retirees Get Back on Their Bikes

2018-01-04T15:29:36+00:00 December 29th, 2015|Cycling|

This informative article published by The Wall Street Journal express that even more older people are taking up biking. Often after decades away from a sport they once loved. In a recent poll, some 20% of people age 50 and older say they’ve ridden a bike in the past year, up from 16% in 2011, [...]

Wet Weather? No Problem! Tips to biking in the rain

2018-01-02T18:21:04+00:00 December 15th, 2015|Cycling|

In California we are less likely to not experience an abundance of rain, however being prepared for winter means you can keep your cycling schedule and head out in the rain. Here are some tips to keep in mind: You can put a rain cover over your bike helmet but avoid wearing a hood that covers [...]

Holiday gift guide for cyclists

2018-01-02T18:15:22+00:00 December 8th, 2015|Cycling|

The holidays are a great excuse to buy yourself and your bike some presents, and of course buy stuff for friends and family who like to ride too. PURCHASE UNIQUE MADE ITEMS FROM ETSY:   OUTDOOR BIKE STORAGE When you’re done riding, store your bicycle in one these great working storage units. It can be [...]

What is the single biggest mistake cyclists make in their training program? We asked a top Cycling Coach and his answer may surprise you

2018-01-02T18:11:50+00:00 September 16th, 2015|Cycling|

In a recent interview with Coach Dave Jordaan aka CyberCycleCoach we asked him what the single biggest mistake cyclists make in their training programs? His answer: Riding too, hard too much or in his words “You have To Go Slow To Go Fast”. Dave bases his ‘Power Meter Based Cycling’ programs on pure science by [...]