Learn To Ride A Bike In One Hour – A New, Better Way To Teach Your Child To Ride

Kids learn best when they can see and feel what they're learning.  Despite that, we often try to teach them with words and concepts with which they're not familiar.  Like telling your child to "keep your balance" when they haven't yet learned what balance is, or how one keeps it. Nevertheless, this is how our parent's taught us, so we just keep doing it until eventually our child figures it … [Read more...]

Fat Legs: Cycling’s Real Image Issue

Ever noticed your shop ride is missing a certain je ne c'est quoi? Sure, you've got the cocky team riders in matching kits who'll duke it out at hills and sprint points, and those ever-suffering sleeveless-jersey wearing triathletes on their slick bikes with funny looking handlebars who will go off the front from the start and assiduously avoid drafting better than 60's hippies headed north … [Read more...]