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Tag: Winter cycling

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    Embrace the Chill: Surviving a Winter Bikepacking Trip

    Embarking on a winter bikepacking trip can be both a daunting and exhilarating prospect in equal measure, especially if you’ve never experienced one before. But what a thrill it is. Pushing yourself beyond your comfort zone and into that crisp air will banish the winter…

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    Beat Winter: Keep Riding!

    When winter hits, it’s tempting to cosy up inside, skip riding altogether or just opt for a quick turbo session. While this is entirely understandable, riding outdoors through winter (when it’s safe to do so) can have significant benefits, both mental and physical.

  • how-to-ride-in-winter-in-a-city-without-cycling-infrastructure

    How to Ride in Winter in a City Without Cycling Infrastructure

    Cycling in winter is a challenge, even if you live in a country with excellent cycling infrastructure. However, not everyone lives in Denmark, the Netherlands or Germany. Unfortunately, many of us live in countries and cities where cycling infrastructure is nothing more than paint on…

  • prep-your-road-shoes-for-winter

    Prep Your Road Shoes For Winter

    The warm weather is behind us for now. With every degree the mercury drops, the temptation of staying home on the couch grows. You’ve only got one pair of road shoes and getting cold feet on a ride is your biggest deterrent.

  • its-okay-to-take-it-slow-in-winter

    It’s Okay to Take It Slow in Winter

    Winter’s cold temperatures make it hard to get motivated to go riding. Pushing yourself on the bike in frigid temperatures is a challenge when you’re repeatedly tempted to stay in bed or plunk down on the couch with a hot drink and a good movie…

  • winter-cycling-advice-from-the-cold-kids

    Winter Cycling Advice from “The Cold Kids”

    The winter months are here, and when the temperature starts to drop, it can take a strong person to work up the motivation to leave the house, let alone go for a cycle. Nevertheless, more and more cyclists are opting to explore the thrill of…