Cycling Season Opener

Well, it’s 2016.  You’ve eaten all you can stuff in over the holidays.  Now is the day of reckoning. With my weight steadily increasing, I know it’s time to ride.  What?  Can’t ride because there’s snow.  No worries.  Just disconnect your cable and buy a snow bike instead of watching endless hours of mind numbing programing.  You’ll be glad you did.

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My brother and I have a goal to ride 3,000 miles in 2016.  I just hit 24 total miles thus far this year.  I’m on my way baby.  I also hope to loose 25 lb.  Building my wooden sailboat last year never got my heart rate over 80.  This year will be a little different.

Summary:

  1. Fat bikes are fun in winter and summer
  2. Fat bikes offer a cushy ride
  3. Fat bikes are extremely stable on wet, sandy or snow trails
  4. Fat bikes are cool
  5. Fat bikes are fun to ride

There is something tranquil and relaxing about cycling.  Even though I’m working, it’s seems as though I’m resting.  Much faster than snowshoeing and walking, yet still slow enough to gawk around and enjoy nature.

 

 

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