Ok we’ve almost made it through December, most of us probably didn’t get to ride our bikes or get in as many workouts as we wanted. But have no fear we are here to help motivate you and keep you pumped through the winter season!
First things first:
*If you can’t make it out on your bike because of the weather, get on your trainer turn up your ipod, and have a rock out sweat session. If music isn’t your thing you can prop up your trainer in front of your tv and catch up on your favorite shows.
*If we’ve gotten some snow, like we did last week, we suggest riding your mountain bike through the neighborhoods instead of on the trails.You’ll get a lot further and you’ll still feel like your hitting the trails. =)
* Workout with a buddy! Help each other get through this season by holding your buddy accountable. You will help keep each other in check, by not wanting to leave your pal hanging.
**Stay tuned for more winter motivation soon.**
Thank you to everyone who donated to our Toys for Tots Bike Fundraiser! Thanks to your donations we rolled up 40 bikes and helmets to the Mix 107.3 Toys for Tots Collection at the Reston Town Center on Friday! We want to especially thank EX2 Adventures, MORE, Quantico Mtb Team, Positively Chiropractic, Graceful Edge, Sport and Spinal Physical Therapy, the A-List, FBI Team, and Reston Town Center for helping to support our efforts! .
It’s official: Team RadioShack to Ride Trek Bicycles Throughout 2010 Season
Trek Bicycle confirmed today that it will be the official bike sponsor of the 2010 RadioShack Pro Cycling Team, continuing its relationship with Team Director Johan Bruyneel, 7-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong, and 11 other notable riders of the 2009 Astana Team.
read the rest of the article below http://www.trekbikes.com/us/en/trek_life/news/article/1784/2009/12/12/trek_announces_sponsorship_of_radioshack_pro_cycling_team/
http://www.cyclingboardgames.net/cyclogames.htm Some of these games are pretty cool!
Bicycling magazine called it “the road rage incident heard ’round the cycling world.”
A driver in Los Angeles was recently convicted of using his car as a weapon against two cyclists. And the case is focusing attention on the often uneasy relationship between motorists and bicyclists who have to share the road.
Read the rest of the story here –> http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=120457877
Follow the rules of the road, and always be safe out there!