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How To Quick Clean Your Bike

Cleaning your drivetrain

After a winter riding grimy roads or muddy trails, your garage full of n+1 bikes could definitely use a spring cleaning. You don’t need to spend all weekend on this project–a quick clean is easy and a great way to keep your bike running smoothly as you start to ramp up the miles again. Here are some tips for a quick spring clean of your bike (note: this is meant to be a quick and basic clean, not a major, full bike once over and tune up that you should most definitely do at some point in time).

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The Basics of Cyclocross – How To Videos

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I participated in my first cyclocross race over the weekend. The first lap was a bit of a train wreck, but I managed to end up on the podium in the end, had a fantastic time, and am now officially hooked. After all, what can be better than mud, donuts, bikes, and beer–all during the course of a 45 minute race.

How To Reduce Lightning Risk In The Backcountry

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The arrival of spring usually brings with it plenty of unstable weather and this means thunderstorms. Even in the summer, afternoon thunderstorms are a common occurrence in the mountains. So how do you keep yourself safe from lightning when you are out enjoying the backcountry?

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