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Here is a cold, tough fact: Practically all cyclists of a specific age, usually in their mid- to late-40s, experience a sheer drop in one aspect of physical efficiency. This has nothing to do with power-to-weight ratio or VO2max. You could be at peak physical fitness and one day recognize, perhaps rather suddenly, that your eyes don’t work the way they use …
See all stories on this subject Sport provides Blandford man brand-new purpose following life changing crash Jack is a young man determined not to be beaten by bad luck A boy from Blandford who suffered life-changing injuries following a mishap while mountain biking is not letting his disability stop him from delighting in a sporting life. We first included Jack Sims in the BVM last July when we reported on the 24 year old’s ravaging accident …
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WORK DAY JUNE 28 Denver, June 15, 2017 (WORLD NEWSWIRE)– If that bike has actually been sitting idle in the garage for too long, now is the perfect time to dust it off and get it in gear for Bike to Work Day on June 28. More than 30,000 riders are anticipated to participate, making our region’s event the 2nd biggest of its kind in the nation. Beginning at 6 a.m., b.
See all stories on this topic LETTER: Cycling provides lots of rewards Re: your current editorial about Biking P.E.I. Being retired, I chose to attempt biking. In 2014 I was lucky to be able to connect with 20 plus bikers who were intent on cycling the Confederation Path from one end of the Island to the other. Our group was headed by Susan Norton and Bryson Guptal, together with some other volunteers. These people w.
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