Author and cyclist Selene Yeager has written what many people believe is the definitive book on how to lose weight with cycling. Here, I’ve highlighted the top 10 bike your way lean eating rules. It’s a plain and simple guide to help you lose weight with healthy, natural foods.
This is a review of an important and memorable book by a remarkable photographer – Don’t Forget Me: Ghost Bikes – A Photographic Memorial by Genea Barnes. Moved by the sight of ghost bikes all over North America, Genea Barnes went on a photographic odyssey to record and document ghost bikes.
Here’s an update on my progress with using the Ride Your Way Lean program to lose weight. Selene Yeager’s program works, but it’s pretty intense. The good news: a combination of the eating program, the exercises and the cycling drills will certainly enable most people to get leaner, lighter and stronger, and cycle faster than ever.
Instead of doing the usual kind of book review of Ride Your Way Lean: The Ultimate Plan for Burning Fat and Getting Fit on a Bike, I thought I’d actually take the book out for a test drive by following the recommendations of author Selene Yeager and seeing if they would work for me.
Joe Friel’s Cyclist’s Training Bible is not just for Serious Athletes. It is also suitable for the Average Cyclist who wants to go from Average Cyclist to Serious Cyclist – or even Great Cyclist. And it’s also for the cyclist of average fitness who has the dedication to follow a stringent year round program of training and become super fit. If any of these are you – buy this book!