Biking Off Day Ideas – On The Smokey Days And Times We’re In

Sep 13, 2020

Many of us are feeling restless on the days where the Air Quality is too hazardous to head out for a ride. Wondering what to do to stay involved with your bike and fitness during these times? Here are a few biking off day suggestions to keep both your spirit and body on track for […]

Air Pollution Cycling When Wildfires Are Blazing

Sep 02, 2020

For many of us, getting on a bike isn’t just exercise. It’s a way to stay sane. To let off some steam. And most of all, have fun especially during this stressful period. Unfortunately, with the lightning siege from August 15th, nearly the entire region from the Bay Area up to Tahoe has been affected […]

What’s “Good” Pain & Bad – And Why Custom Bike Fitting Is Important

Aug 25, 2020

Thank you Julie Bates for sharing your bikefit expertise with us here! You’ve just taken your new bike on its first spin. The ride was less than 20 miles, yet your neck is so sore it’s hard to turn your head. You’re new to cycling and figure this is just part of the sport – […]

How Is A Mountain Bike Coaching Class Suited For All Abilities?

Jul 07, 2020

Over the past few weeks, we keep hearing people ask a specific question: “How is a class suited for all abilities?” On the surface, you’d think that a person that’s been riding for a decade versus someone that’s only been doing it for a month couldn’t possibility be in the same class. Well, the reality […]

Got Pain? It Might Be High Time To Do A Once Over On Your Mountain Bike Cockpit Setup

Jun 23, 2020

Spring has sprung and summer is upon us. The dirt is ready. The trails are firing. And here you are in pain… LOTS of pain. How come? Well, the first thing to do is check to see if your cockpit setup is dialed. Just like Goldilocks, you need to make sure everything is juuuusssssttttt right. […]