The Boy Scout's Guide to Riding Across the Country

The Boy Scout's Guide to Riding Across the Country
From serving as impromptu rim tape to reattaching panniers to racks when clips snapped, duct tape and zip ties kept the scouts' bikes rolling. Always carry plenty of food and water. You never know when you could be stranded at a closed convenience store.
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Bike Commuting Basics: Join the Crowd, Know Your Stuff
Buy yourself a small pouch that can fit behind or under the post of your saddle, or fit hidden away in your backpack or panniers (those bags that conveniently attach to a bike rack and make carrying your possessions easy… plus, less back sweat!). In …
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5 top tips from Sir Chris Hoy for becoming a better cyclist
“It's important that your bike is suitable for what you intend to use it for,” Chris says. “If I was purely commuting, I'd choose a hybrid like the Shizuoka, that can go anywhere and take pannier racks. Someone riding sportives would need something …

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