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Indoor Bike Trainer Workout

Posted By Angela Bekkala on Jan 23, 2013 at 5:03PM

Stay in shape this Winter with an indoor bike trainer. Before you know it, Spring will be here and you'll be ready for the road again.

Indoor Bike Trainer Interval Ride - happyfitmama.com

new to all

Posted By fm701 on Jul 20, 2012 at 10:36AM

hello, everyone

let me see...

Posted By Tomsa on Jul 18, 2012 at 10:39AM

that's it :)

Roscommon v Tyrone Live Online Coverage at Dr Hyde Park, 2pm Local

Posted By mdani511 on Jul 14, 2012 at 4:30AM

Tyrone and Roscommon meet for the second year in a row in the Qualifiers, Mickey Harte’s side having won their Round 4 tie in Croke Park last year by 3-19 to 1-14.

Watch Roscommon v Tyrone Live Online Coverage

Roscommon arrive at this stage having claimed an impressive scalp in Armagh in the previous round, while Tyrone arrive straight into Round 2 having lost to Donegal in the semi-final of the Ulster Championship.

Watch Roscommon v Tyrone Live Online Coverage

Roscommon have had a real curate’s egg of a championship campaign this season, losing heavily (3-15 to 0-10) and alarmingly to Galway in Connacht before recovering superbly to shock Armagh at Dr. Hyde Park two weeks ago.

Cathal Cregg was the Rossies’ inspiration in that victory, hitting a crucial point and orchestrating a remarkable comeback from centre-forward as Des Newton’s side overturned a 1-7 to 0-5 half-time deficit.

Western Gaels clubman and 2010 All Star nominee Cregg sees Tyrone as yet another test for an up-an-coming Roscommon side.

Watch Roscommon v Tyrone Live Online Coverage

Can You Bike No-Handed?

Posted By Susi May on Jul 23, 2011 at 2:28AM

Back in junior high, riding your bike no-handed was an essential skill. It was beyond cool to clap when singing John Cougar Mellencamp's "Jack and Diane" while biking with a posse of like-minded girls. As I've aged, I've lost my chops and maybe gained some fear; I like to bike keeping at least one hand connected to my bike. But I have been inspired by the pros in the Tour de France — the double arm-pumping after winning a stage, but also two-handed tasks like handling a bag of food or removing a layer of clothes — to regain my lost youth this lost skill.

I am working on riding sans hands on my quiet, slightly sloped street and hopefully I will get the hang of it soon. What about you?

Holy Two Wheelin'

Posted By wiggle on Jun 17, 2011 at 4:41PM

I think cyclists are a fairly superstitious bunch and blessing a bike might not be bad idea even though I have no allegiance to any faith. Unforch, I was in town on a visit and did not have my bike with me, otherwise I would now be riding one blessed bike. Has anyone out there every done this?

Biking How-To: Change Your Flat Tire

Posted By Fitness on Jun 8, 2011 at 3:07AM

Longer, warmer days mean it's time to dust off your bike and get pedaling. If you pull your bike out of storage only to find one of your tires is flat, fear not. You can fix it. Here are step-by-step instructions from Trek Bikes. The company, which has a great line of women-specific designed bikes, wants to help get gals two wheelin' — be it on the road or mountain.

An unexpected flat tire, when out on a long ride, can be a serious bummer. That's why it is good to practice your tire changing skills. Why not take a rainy afternoon and play with your bike if the weather is keeping you from cycling?

Tools needed: tire levers, bike pump, and if you don't have quick release wheels, you will need an Allen key

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MamaCycle, the new indoor cycling program for pregnant and post-natal moms!

Posted By AlliJoseph on May 27, 2011 at 7:45AM

Hey Cyclers.   I'm Alli Joseph, and I'm the founder of MamaCycle, a new, safe, fun and energetic indoor cycling program designed specifically for pregnant and post natal women who want to stay fit during their pregnancies and then, get their pre-baby-bodies back! I am a mom, producer/entreprenur and Spinning fanatic, and decided to create an option for women who wanted to continue riding during pregancy - and weren't in a high-risk category.

If you're into riding outdoors and in, and are looking for a way to keep doing that when you're getting ready for baby, check out @mamacycle on Twitter or on Facebook, www.facebook.com/pages/MamaCycle/228593750490840. Just launched FB page recently but it will be renamed www.facebook.com/mamacycle in a week or so. Website coming soon as well (will be www.mamacycle.com). Questions? Interest in seeing a class come to your city? Email me at info@mamacycle.com or send us a tweet.  Please feel free to forward this to any other cycling moms you think it would be of interest to. Many thanks for your support!  Alli Joseph

MamaCycle founder Alli Joseph on the bike @ 6 mos pregnant

Make Yourself -Virtual Bike

Posted By jennnnnnn on Jan 4, 2011 at 7:42AM

For those sad days when you can't bike outside!
I came across this last night and may give it a sho


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