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As a new cyclist, one of the BIGGEST choices you have to make is what shoes will I wear? Unfortunately, depending on how you answer the question – there will be more questions. Some of them may actually be scary as answering the question a certain way will result in your feet being “attached” do … Read moreCycling 101: Let’s talk about your feet
A rider asked me about standing up. They said in spin classes, they could stand up and it was easy. On a bicycle, it always felt wobbly. This is TRUE! A spin bikes contact point with the floor is at LEAST 18-24″ wide. Your bikes contact point with the road is about 1″ wide. Let go of a spin … Read moreCycling 101: Standing up – your key to comfort!
So – last week was a great week of training, up until the point where I got to Stone Mountain and shifted into the big ring and my shifter crapped the bed. WTF? This is not good. I guess you cannot expect delicate internals, sweat upon my be a sweating freak to last forever? Anyway … Read moreMy Broken Bike – 3 days of de pain
When riding a motorcycle, you need to wear boots for protections. Your feet are hanging down and out in the open, so a good pair of boots is critical. You also, on occasion get caught in the rain and keeping your little piggies dry is quite important. Having feet that are really weird shaped makes … Read moreCredit where Credit is DUE!