Seed cycling is using “food as medicine” by simply eating different types of seeds at different times in your cycle to support hormonal balance. This creamy superfood oatmeal recipe satisfies my taste buds, supports hormonal balance, and fuels my ride. A winning combo for us ladies. Ingredients 1 cup oats 2 cups oat milk 2 tbs […]
My bikes are commonly found hanging out in my living room. Whether it’s a commuter, road, gravel, and/or mountain bike, I prefer to keep them safe indoors. Especially since bike theft is at an all-time high with the pandemic. Having spent most of my time living in a city, the idea of a bike cover […]
Sedona proper doesn’t actually allow any free camping. However, there are a handful of dispersed camping options in each direction 20-45 minutes outside of town. Free Camping Options My favorite dispersed camping spot is Loy Butte Road: Forest Road 525, located west of Sedona. It’s one of the closest options and also happens to be […]
Trail Butter is one of our favorite trail snacks, but we also enjoy it in many of our recipes. Here’s a recipe for a favorite off-the-bike snack that is simple to make. It’s a delicious flourless, spicy, sugar cane-free alternative to a traditional peanut butter cookie that will satisfy any sweet tooth. This recipe is […]
Fox Head has come through for women riders with the introduction of the Defend Fire Pant. Water-resistant and fleece-lined, it’s ideal for cool fall and winter riding, with durable Cordura panels in key areas to ensure it’ll last. Features (via FOX Head) Water-resistant, fleece-lined pant with stretch ripstop Cordura™ seat and knee panels Durable […]
We’re always on the hunt for eyewear that not only helps reduce wind while enhancing our ability to spot the trail but also looks good and pairs nicely with a variety of helmets. Having worn and owned a number of Oakley sunglasses, we had to try the Flight Jacket with its extended coverage and flattering […]
The wildfires tearing up the west have been devastating. We’re fortunate that our home is safe but I’ve been living like a shut-in for 10 consecutive days due to the toxic air here in Portland. Oregon’s air is so hazardous that no actually can even say how badly it can affect one’s health. It’s broken […]
I almost died yesterday, while riding my road bike. In fact, as I am typing this slumped over in my chair, I have no idea how I should feel. I don’t know what to think or what to say. Or what to expect from my mind. I should be grateful I wasn’t 10-20 seconds ahead, […]
If you look at any of our trail bikes these days, you’ll see a black Fernhill Co LTL Frame bag strapped stepped to the frame. Inside this bag is a spare tube, tire lever or two, tire plugs, and a small multi-tool. Paired with a matching waist pack, I can carry everything I need for […]
A microfiber towel with bonus features, the Orange Mud Transition 2.0 Wrap is a surprisingly valued addition to our post-ride quick change rituals.
Getting naked in public gets upgraded; I’m referring of course, to the ritual of changing out of our riding gear post-ride.
Feetures socks are well known in the running community, upping the sock business with their engineered targeted compression tech and a custom-like fit that prevent blisters. Though I’m not a big runner, I was still aware of the brand, as Jason reviewed a pair last year and is quite fond of them. So when I […]
New Reserve Carbon Wheels for road has been announced, expanding the carbon wheel line into the road market. Initially launching with MTB carbon wheels in 2017, at the time Reserve was the only company to offer carbon rims with a lifetime warranty. The carbon rim project was initially founded by Santa Cruz Bicycles engineers in […]