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The Global Cycling Network brings you compelling daily content including expert bike tutorials, techniques, training, behind the scenes event coverage, ...
Core Program. Cycling Canada (i.e. CC) in conjunction with their Broker and Risk Manager Holman Insurance Brokers Ltd. have arranged a comprehensive insurance program..
Preventing Bike Theft: What to do Before, During and After. Whether you use your bike for commuting to work, exercise, or just trips around town, being a victim of bike theft can leave you frustrated, upset and confused. Hopefully you never have to be in this situation, but if your bike is stolen, here are some steps to help ease the anxiety and – fingers crossed – get your bike back safe and sound.
Source: Canadian Cycling Magazine
Do these 9 things to become respected by everyone you ride with
Powerful tools require some know how. We’ve created an extensive library of help articles to assist you in getting the most out of Ride with GPS.Help available on the Ride With GPS website - Ride With GPS Help
Kick start your cycling with British Cycling's training plans. Whether your riding your first sportive or want to take your riding to the next level we can help.
Health & Nutrition
Good nutrition can be the difference between a strong day in the saddle or watching others fly by you. Here are some tips on eating well on and off the bike.
Road Rash ABC Handout Page 2 Not Going to the ER? Most riders can handle the treatment of second-degree road rash themselves or with a little help from a friend.