Cycling in Summer Heat

On many of my bike rides in warmer weather, I've observed that I sweat a lot more than the average person.  In extreme heat (>30 degrees Celsius plus humidity), I can't keep enough fluids in me to keep up with the sweat.  This has prompted me to do a little research into the physiology of exercising … Continue reading Cycling in Summer Heat

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2018 Paris to Ancaster

The 2018 edition of the Ontario Spring Classic "Paris to Ancaster" was the 25-year anniversary of the event.  I first entered this race in 2002 on my mountain bike and I haven't missed a year since (although several times, I entered the shorter 35-40km version of the race). In the 17 years I've entered this … Continue reading 2018 Paris to Ancaster

Cycling Book Review – A Purpose Ridden – by Ryan Correy

When I write these blog entries, I usually assume that I'm preaching to the choir.  Most readers are likely people who actively ride bicycles.  And that's great!  When I started this blog, my hope was to encourage more people to cycle but also to get cyclists to cycle more.  Whether or not that's happening, I … Continue reading Cycling Book Review – A Purpose Ridden – by Ryan Correy