5 Tips for Winter Cycling


Now that cold weather has finally arrived, no need to hang up your iron (or carbon or aluminum) steed. Winter weather can be a rush to bike in, as long as you are prepared. Start with these simple tips to weatherize your ride. 1. Get your ride right Nobody wants to do roadside repair in freezing weather….

Make Trails a New Tradition


My wife is always trying to make me take walks. After dinner, or before dinner, or on the weekend, she loves to walk. It’s not that I don’t, it’s just that I don’t like the idea of walking – especially on weeknights. Once I’m out there I enjoy the fresh air, the blood rush, the…

Trail Spotlight: Green to Cedar Rivers


When completed, the Green to Cedar Rivers Trail will be an 11-mile-long trail that follows an abandoned railroad route, intersecting with the Cedar River Trail in the north and terminating along the Green River in the south, near Flaming Geyser State Park. Locals may know 3 miles of it as the Lake Wilderness Trail, because…