Training Tip #2 from a Long-Distance Cyclist: How to Eat Well by Randy Wittorp

June 8, 2017
Climate Ride California starts tomorrow and hundreds of Climate Riders are watching the riders as they train for Climate Ride and Hike events this summer and fall. Randy...

Training Tips from a Long-Distance Cyclist – Randy Wittorp

May 10, 2017
We are one month from Climate Ride California and many of you are getting your training going! Randy Wittorp, who is riding in Climate Ride California 2017, prepared...

Your Climate Ride Training Regime: Bikes, Burritos and Beer?

April 17, 2015
A 60-mile ride can be done right from the couch. Sort of. Almost anyone can get out and ride 60 miles but they might not be able to...

Training for the Hills

March 24, 2015
This year on day 5 of Climate Ride California North Coast, we are giving riders the option to climb Mt. Tamalpais. Mt. Tam towers 2,500 feet above Stinson...

Riding Like a Climate Ride Girl

April 2, 2014
This week, I interviewed three female Climate Riders to get their perspectives on cycling and see what advice they could offer female and male riders alike.  My partner and...

Post Work Ramble

March 19, 2014
Here in the Missoula office we have been tracking the amount of daylight available for post work activities such as bike rides. With daylight-saving time, we received a...

Cross Training for Climate Ride

March 4, 2014
Climate is what you expect, weather is what you get. The extreme weather events across the U.S. have not been what we expect lately. The Midwestern polar vortex, the...

Commute to Train

February 26, 2014
Although you may not be able to get in a fifty mile ride during the work week, that doesn’t mean you can’t ride fifty miles throughout the week....

Seats Saddles and Sore Nethers

February 12, 2014
According to the March 2014 issue of Bicycling Magazine, 43% of the 5,000 cyclists polled described their relationship with their saddle as “complicated." Finding the right seat can be...