Protein is a nutrient that’s typically associated with gym rats and those wanted to build muscle, but it’s just as important for cyclists to increase their consumption as well. This post explains why cyclists need protein, and what happens if we don’t get enough!
Cycle for the Cause is an annual bike ride that aims to raise money to end AIDS. It features an epic 3-day, 275-mile bike ride from Boston to New York. Each year hundreds of cyclists from all walks of life get together to do their part to end AIDS, and to help hundreds of thousands of people living with HIV and AIDS. In this post we are proud to feature photographs and a video of some of the many cheerful participants in the 2018 Cycle for the Cause. Check them out, and find out how you can do your part to end AIDS by signing up for the 2019 Cycle for the Cause.
Lime is a bike and scooter share service found in many cities in the USA and Europe. It’s affordable, practical, and a great transport option. We plan to prioritize cities that have Lime bikes when we travel, because they make it possible to have a vacation that is cheaper and healthier. This post tells you where to find Lime bikes, and includes a video showing how they work.
The Burke-Gilman Trail is a really great trail – safe, mainly flat, very long, and well signposted. It offers an excellent way to spend a day exploring Seattle. Be sure to enjoy the Fremont Brewery and the Saint Helen’s Cafe along the way! Check out our post about the Burke-Gilman Trail, which includes many photos and a video.
Learn about how to protect your ebike with a GPS tracker. Many of these trackers use advanced technology to protect your ebike with the latest security features, including geofence zone alerts that could help you to stop a theft before it even happens. And if your ebike does get stolen, an ebike tracker will help the police to recover it for you.