Chart of Calories Burned During One Hour of Cycling

Calories Burned Per Hour of Cycling

Calories configured using resources found at: http://www.bicycling.com/training/weight-loss/cycling-calories-burned-calculator


As Simple As Ringing a Bell?

Bike Bell

Overtaking or passing a pedestrian on a shared path can have its challenges. What is the best way to execute this? I have compiled these sites as a resource to get the questions, answers, thoughts, and opinions of several cyclists.


Your Bike Bell: Important Safety Alert or Really Obnoxious?

Bike Bell

  The greenway and shared paths are relatively new for me.  My first ride on the greenway came with a lesson on passing etiquette that left me confused. Would utilizing my bell be rude?     Ring the bell or Holler? It was  a beautiful day.  My wife and I had joined a friend for our maiden ride on one of the paved greenways.  I was very excited about getting out and riding on the trails.  Utilizing the paved #biking paths is one of the reasons I decided on getting a trike.  For some reason I met this new experience with some trepidation.  Not over- the- top anxiety, but I was noticeably anxious.  I was slightly aware that there were some rules of etiquette to follow and I am generally uncouth.  I am not some keen cyclist.  I am just some non-athletic fat guy riding his #recumbent trike on the greenway for the first time!  I was going to be…


Practical Recumbent Trike Safety Tips You Need to Know

Recumbent Delta Trike

I would like to share the following list of #safety tips for riding your #recumbent trike. The following is a list of tips that is curated from our friend Dennis at Sun Bicycles Nashville. Recumbent Trike


Riding a recumbent trike will make you irresistibly cool!

being cool

Being cool is possessing knowledge of one’s self, being comfortable with that knowledge, and confident about who you are.  Looking cool hinges on self awareness and self confidence. It’s personal People buy and #ride adult #trikes for a myriad of reasons.  An individual’s decision to ride a #recumbent trike should be for their own reasons. Your knowledge of self makes you best aware of your physical abilities and riding needs.  After all, it’s your butt in the seat and your physical exertion required to propel the #trike.   I have read a lot of generalizations when it comes to recumbent trikes.  To me this can be  misleading as there are different styles of trikes. Generalizations would not be appropriate for upright bikes.  We know that there are road bikes, mountain bikes, BMX bikes, or cruiser bikes to name a few.  What may be true of one style may not be true of another. Trikes comes in styles such as #tadpole,…