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Saddle sore – How to – Prevention and treatment

Pain in the ass. If you are new to cycling then this may be news to you, cycling can be a real pain in the butt. As a new cyclist, you may never have considered the battle waged between the legs of amateurs and pros alike. The battle for comfort, against overwhelming pressure, friction, heat, moisture, and skin. We are …

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How to – The Waterproof backpack for commuting – A guide

Today we have another video how to. My previous waterproof backpack video entitled “How to pack your backpack for commuting by bike” can be found here. Continuing my series on the waterproof backpack. I’m going to look at them in a little more detail. This includes closure types, how to look after your waterproof backpack and how best to fit …

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How to – Pack your backpack for cycle commuting

Pack your bags! Today I have another how-to, ever wondered how best to pack your backpack for cycle commuting? Have you ever wanted to know what a cycle commuter carries on his back? Why his bag is so big? or how he fits it all in?  Newby. Are you a beginner cycle commuter struggling to nail the daily pack? maybe you have …

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How to – Display your cycling medals

Medal winning is great, competing is also great. I have never experienced being the number one in a cycling event but I still look back at those events with a great fondness. I want to celebrate those moments. Each ribbon and medal remind me of a specific race and of the individuals who I spent time with in training for the …

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The Bicycle shelf – How to

The bicycle shelf – how to. Storing a bike in the house is always a sore subject. Family members who have not yet accepted that the bike is as much a member of the family as they are, do not understand the need to provide room and board to an inanimate object. Naming your bike can help blur these lines …