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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Pedal the Chill Away

By |January 25th, 2018|Blog, Cold, Cycling, Training|0 Comments

Living in Florida offers a year-round training ground. While northerly friends of ours might be relegated to indoor trainers during these winter months we get to enjoy afternoon rides in temperatures that range from 50-80 degrees. It doesn’t get much better than this!

Some things to keep in mind as we pedal our way through […]

Compression Socks – Why Wear Them?

By |January 19th, 2018|Blog, Cycling, Training|0 Comments

Increased vascularity in the legs of cyclists is both a blessing and a hidden curse. Genetics plays a role in how the vascularity presents itself later in life through varicose and / or spider veins. The weakening of the walls of the vessels causes leakage and sometimes pooling of blood in the legs. This […]

2018 Goals


Here I sit, over a week into the New Year and I have yet to put into writing what my cycling goals are. Not that I haven’t been giving it thought – a whole lot of thought – but more than likely that I have been a bit afraid to commit to some lofty […]

Are You Up for the Maiden Voyage Tour?

By |January 2nd, 2018|Blog, Cycling, Event|6 Comments

They have come onto the cycling scene out of nowhere. In early October I spoke with the owner and it was just an idea, just a plan. A cycling friend of mine, Phil Diehl, bought a commercial bus and was going to outfit it for cyclists – for custom tours. He told me how […]