Bootie Love, or How to get in and out of shoe covers fast

Spring riding often means rain and cold. Keeping your hands and feet warm is one of the surest ways to help you stay on the bike longer. Enter bootie love. You keep your feet warm with cycling booties (also called shoe covers or overshoes), whose purpose is to hermetically seal your feet from the cold […]

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Time Xpresso Pedal Review – One design flaw, but a great pedal

With the Time Xpresso pedal, Time has finally gotten about as close to the ride feel of their original 1991 pedal as they are probably ever going to get. The Xpresso could even be considered road pedal perfection if it weren’t for one small but significant oversight. Luckily there is an easy fix, and that […]

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What type of bike rider do you want to be?

Cycling is a fantastic community sport. It’s so popular in fact that you have to make choices about what type of bike rider you want to be. There are not just one or two types of riding you can enjoy, but a somewhat mind-boggling amount of them. For each unique type of riding, there is […]

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The perfect bicycle – Finding a bike you like

Finding the perfect bicycle can take a little research, but it’s time well spent. What’s the first thing you think about when considering a new bicycle purchase? Is it the color, frame material, or the fit? It’s probably a combination of these, yet riders often forego their favorite, ultimate bike color choice in favor of […]

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Does Chris Horner’s Vuelta victory open a door for middle-age bicycle racers?

The talk of Christopher Horner’s 2013 Vuelta A Espana win unquestionably revolves around his age. At 41 years old, he is the oldest grand tour winner to date by more than a few years. His victory speaks more to hard work and belief in oneself than it does age, however. It opens some important doors […]

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Why do we ride bicycles?

Do you remember the first time you rode a bicycle? Everyone has a story around their first riding experience. For me, right from the start, cycling was about freedom and feeling alive, one informing the other. More than that basically awesome feeling of being on the bike, I’m talking about a seemingly ever-expanding list of […]

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Corpore Sano earns BizCycle Silver Certification

Corpore Sano is proud to have earned BizCycle Silver Certification from Cascade Bicycle Club. BizCycle is Cascade Bicycle Club’s certification system which rates how well businesses support bicycling. The BizCycle system awards points for planning and policy, infrastructure, leadership, programming and messaging, and performance data. BizCycle supports good business. Puget Sound Business Journal recently ran […]

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Our own World Cyclocross Masters Champion Kari Studley will be leading a free all-girls race clinic and trail ride this Saturday at St. Edwards Park in Kenmore. Whether you are an experienced racer or have done just one, everyone has questions about racing. Learn racing tips and ask any burning bike racing questions. Don’t miss […]

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On April 26 and 27, 2013, the PT Club at MGH Institute of Health Professions is teaming up with BikePT™ to bring to the Boston area a unique perspective on bicycle-related injuries, treatment, and bicycling biomechanics. BikePT teaches the complementary relationship between musculoskeletal knowledge with bike equipment and its importance in injury reduction. During this […]

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For 45th year in a row, Seattle’s Lake Washington Boulevard plays host to Bicycle Sundays, starting May 5, 2013. From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on select Sundays this summer, the stretch of Lake Washington Boulevard between Mount Baker Beach Park to Seward Park entrance will be closed to cars and open exclusively to bicyclists, […]

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