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Mountain Biking the Copper Canyon of Mexico

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The Copper Canyon, the deepest canyon on earth, seven times the size of the Grand Canyon, and what better way to see the sights then on mountain bikes? Simply getting to the canyon is an effort. My husband Ray and I have undertaken a driving tour Montana to Belize, returning back through Mexico to Colorado, a journey exceeding 8000 miles.  I planned this explore of North America, taking the opportunity to visit World Heritage sites, beaches, caves and National Parks. Today, in early May we’ve given ourselves three days at the Copper Canyon....

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Summer Biking in North West Montana is Heaven on Earth

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Installment 1 If you find yourself with a bike in northwest Montana, get ready for specular rides, your biggest problem will be deciding which trail to take! The following are my favorites including several little know trails I recommend. But first some history: Highway 2, US 2 is a vital northern corridor for Montana. The road passes from Seattle Washington thru Idaho and into Montana. This scenic highway has more of its mileage within Montana than in any other state. It passes through three Indian reservations, comes very close to two...

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Rear Bike Light’s Important for Safety

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It’s that time of the year again when you’re riding home in the dark on your bike commute. A rear light is important for safety.  I’ve got a Carbon Comfort bicycle seat, which takes a RideOut Technologies Urban Touring Bag. The bag also has a safety light built into the rear panel of the bag. What’s cool is that it’s a fixture on the touring bag and you don’t worry about it falling off, like with other rear lights that clip to your bike.  The Urban Touring Bag can hold a wallet, car keys, cell phone, money...

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The Fountain of Youth

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Spring Days and the Fountain of Youth I’m sure you have seen it, the kid with the rubber boots splashing in puddles. Stomp, Stomp and Stomp-the simple joy of the splash.  That is what spring riding is like. The simple joy of the splash. Call it the pent-up child within us, ready to burst forth like the buds on the cherry trees. Call it the freedom of the first good spring ride when you return with legs quaking like aspen leaves in the wind. The crazy joy that exhaustion brings, “Yes, I can still do it”! Your inner voice calls. I have said for...

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Bicycle Desk

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Bicycle Desk

Introducing our Bicycle Desk. This beautifully hand-crafted solid wood desk can double as a standing desk. Made in Montana from locally reclaimed wood on the top and new timber for the legs. Legs have adjustable foot pegs so the table top can be customized to your desired height. The table measures 54 inches by 35 inches across the top and 43 – 45 inches high. Custom table heights are available, just give us a call! This is a great way to get our workout while at work!   Research shows our brains work better when the body is moving...

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Biking Belize

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Biking Belize

Bikes are amazing machines. The bicycle is a tremendously efficient means of transportation. In fact cycling is more efficient than any other method of travel–including walking! It takes less energy to bicycle one mile than it takes to walk a mile. In fact, a bicycle can be up to 5 times more efficient than walking. If we compare the amount of calories burned in bicycling to the number of calories an automobile burns, the difference is astounding. One hundred calories can power a cyclist for three miles, but it would only power a car...

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Biking Montana

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Biking Montana It is cold, the last day of September in Montana and a heavy frost sits outside. I wake to the sounds of my husband in the kitchen as he raises the expresso maker to life. He brings a steaming cup to the bedside yet I am still unwilling to open my eyes. I hear the cup set softy on the bedside table and he pulls a sheet up to cover my eyes before turning on the light. With one eye I watch him dress, disappearing before me as he pulls on his camo. “You can stay and sleep” He gently encourages, tucking the cocoon of blankets round...

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Firefly Bike Grips

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Firefly Bike Grips

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Storm Quest Bike Seat

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Storm Quest Bike Seat

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Carbon Comfort Bike Seat

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Carbon Comfort Bike Seat

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