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October 2016 Cycle California!

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Get your stretch on!

As bike riders we know we should always stretch once we are warmed up. We also know we should take a few minutes after a long bike ride and stretch our tired muscles as well. Why stretch? After a ride it helps restore flexibility and aid recovery, writes Richard Albrow for USA Cycling website.

Why yoga? It helps you focus on problem areas such as your neck, hips, shoulders, hamstrings.

Ride Klamath Ride

Ashland to Nepal: Toll Road to Temple

By Bo Crane

Sometime during the summer, Jack Kyman, Ashland neighbor and friend, and I decided to mountain bike the old stagecoach road that runs from just across the border in California to the lower slopes of Oregon’s Mt. Ashland. Jack drove on I-5 nine miles and 2,000 feet up from our homes in the south part of Ashland, exiting just before Siskiyou Summit onto Old Highway 99. At 4,310 feet, Siskiyou Pass is the highest point on I-5, Mexico to Canada.

Calmar Cyclery

Five Bike Fit Pro Tips

By Jennifer von Geldern

Professional bike fitter and USA Cycling Level 2 certified coach Matt Larson operates his Propel Bike Coaching and Fitting business at the Oak Grove Bicycle Performance Center in Concord. Here he provides five quick tips and insights about proper bike fitting.


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