Mount Washington is the tallest mountain in the Northeastern United States at 6,288 feet and I’m fortunate enough to live in the valley below it. The Mt Washington Auto Road is a steep, narrow mountain road with no guardrails. The climb into the clouds is known for its treacherous road and steep incline with an […]
In a world that often highlights adversities, there’s something deeply inspiring about witnessing individuals accomplish challenges that once seemed impossible.
The start of this handcycle season has been intense. The same day I raced the Boston Marathon (April 17), I rushed to Logan Airport and boarded a flight to Venice, Italy. Ahead were 3 weeks’ worth of UCI Paracycling Road World Cups, and the Paracycling Tour of Flanders, in Italy and Belgium. I worried that an overnight flight after a hard race effort where I got very cold and wet, might push me over the edge into getting sick (at worst) or just not fully recovered and race-ready (at best)
My handcycle racing season started with a bang on April 17th; the first stop was Boston Marathon. I had only raced Boston once before, the year of the cold, wet rain, and sleet – 2018. It was a miserable experience – although I won the Women’s division, my time was nothing to shout about, and I was just happy I survived it. This year, I was looking forward to better weather (I hoped) and a more enjoyable experience.
After riding the Force G for several years, I am glad I switched to the Maddiline Pro! The bike has performed beyond my expectations. I would definitely recommend the Maddiline bike to anyone looking to improve their performance.
Could the Garmin Varia be the ultimate riding accessory for you this season? During the 2020 season, the cycling industry saw an increased amount of people purchasing a bike to get into the outdoors amid the pandemic. Safety is arguably the number one thing new and avid cyclists keep top of mind when setting out for a ride. That being said, why not keep yourself fully alert when on the road with a premier radar unit?
The early signs of spring are an inspiring and welcome sight to all of us. It’s an exciting time to start planning personal challenges, outdoor events, and cycling trips for the road ahead. Now, how’s the bike looking?
When it comes to recumbent trikes there are so many options out on the market. Is there a trike that may be overlooked and brings it all together to the pavement? It may have some of this but can lack all of that. Sure, the price is attractive but is it going to last me for a while?
First, let’s start at the basics. What is a recumbent trike? You have probably seen a cyclist on the rail trails or roads on this super comfy looking, laid back, three-wheeled leg driven cycle. You guess it! That’s a recumbent trike. They can come in 2 different styles and some with the ability to customize […]
Its time to start back up the recumbent review posts. We are going to try and review a new recumbent at least once a month for everyone with honest opinions , awesome photos of the bike of course and all you’ll need to know about the product to have a better understanding if you are […]