Category Archives: Biking

Need To Protect Your Bike From Rain And Save Space? Try Yardstash IV

Fall is upon us. For a lot of us, that means beautiful colors, leaves, cooler weather and unfortunately lots of rain. If you are a biker and live in an apartment or don’t have enough garage space or backyard shed to store your bikes and protect them from rain (or snow), well you are not alone and not completely out of luck either.  Yardstash IV might be the solution to your problems. Here is what I have found out after reading 104 reviews and 47 questions 🙂

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Do you find biking boring? Try these ideas to make biking fun again!

Abhyasa Tote Bag

Do you love biking but sometimes find yourself thinking “this is starting to be boring, I am riding around the same paths, or biking around my neighborhood, just to be biking”? For most of us, biking is a way to get a great exercise and gives us a reason to be outside instead of sitting on the couch watching TV.  However, just like anything in life, if we don’t mix it up once in while it starts to feel like work more than fun.  Well, here are some ways you can change it up a little bit.

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EVOC Bike Travel Bag: For storage, travel or both? Read my review and find out

For the past year or so I have been a tiny bit obsessed with tiny homes (no pun intended). About a week ago, I was thinking about how people that live in these small spaces come up with very creative ways to store their stuff.  Then I wondered how they find a space for their bikes, as most of the tin homeowners seem to be outdoorsy types, I assumed they would be into biking. This led me to EVOC travel bag. I had never heard of this company before or people shipping their bikes all over the world for that matter. Here are the results of my research, hope you find it valuable.

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17 Great Bike Rides With An Ocean View: From CA to MA

When I was a kid, we used to drive to our vacation destination as a family. We did not fly, too expensive at the time, so we used to pack the car and drive 10 – 12 hours. I loved it, to this day I prefer driving to flying. The best part of the whole journey was when I knew we were getting close to the sea, I knew right after the next drive up the hill, I was going to be able to see the ocean. That initial view of the ocean when you clear that hill, or make the next turn has always been my favorite “high”. I am smiling as I am writing this, I can vividly picture it in my head.

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