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It is Riding Season!, Ride your bike!

After a mild winter a cooler Spring and a quick warm up, riding season is here in full bloom. In all weather and temperatures, indoors and out, it is important to Stay hydrated. It is important to drink while you are riding even in the cooler weather. On longer rides always eat before you get hungry and drink before you get thirsty. It is much better to maintain energy and fluid levels then to try and recover after they are depleted. I try to drink at least one water bottle per hour and more when it is warm out.

Keep your your bicycle in shape. Be prepared for the unexpected. Check your tires regularly for wear and damage. Keep them inflated to the correct pressure for the type of riding you are doing.  Make sure that you have a spare tube, pump, and you know how to use them.   Always carry your cell phone!

2015 Quick Release Recall

There is an industry wide recall in effect for many bicycles that have front disc brakes and front quick release wheels.>

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When fixing a flat, seat the tire and inflate carefully.

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

VO2 Max

A measurement long used to determine a cyclist’s maximum potential, VO2 Max measures the maximum amount of oxygen uptake during exercise per kilogram of body weight. An average healthy, untrained male will uptake approximately 3.5 liters/minute or 45 ml/kg/min. An average healthy, untrained female will uptake approximately 2.0 liters/minute or 38 ml/kg/min. Tour de France winning cyclists have some of the highest VO2 Max scores on record with Greg LeMond scoring a reported 92.5 ml/kg/min and Lance Armstrong scoring a reported 83.8 ml/kg/min.

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