Why are so many serious athletes turning to beet juice to improve their endurance?
If you haven’t already heard, beet juice has been christened the new superfood for serious athletes. The frothy red drink has proven to be one of the best, all-natural performance enhancers for athletes who want to substantially increase their endurance. The benefits of beet juice are undeniable… Read more
Feedback Sports Director of Sales & Marketing Jeff Nitta joins us for our inaugural 303Radio show, including discussion of how unique storage & trainer products are engineered & designed. Read more
Performance Bike’s brand CHCB, is pushing out some very cool, stylish and functional clothing for women. And it must be said, some may even call it affordable which is a great thing. Read more
By Cheri Felix
CHCB: Civii II Shorts & Morgan Crew Short Sleeve Jersey Review
I’m not much of a shoe girl. And I don’t wear makeup (that’s not a political statement). I do like socks. A lot. I buy a lot of books that quietly promise that I’ll be a better person someday. And I love coffee. But clothing and shoes and makeup and wine and chocolate are not on the top 10 list of where my money goes. But bike clothing, that’s something I can put my back into. . . Read more
When the heck did leggings become cool. I may have missed the memo but I’m catching on. Now, Shredly has some legging skin in the game. You know them for their unbelievably rad mountain bike shorts and now they offer leggings. And they’re everything you’d expect; sassy, stylish and completely versatile.
I’m going to share and I’m sure I’m the only one who’s ever felt this before, (read:sarcasm) but I’ll take a chance. There was a time in my life when I would not have left the house in leggings or tights. . .
Koobi Saddles Announces Their Continuing Sponsorship of the Colorado Gravel Grinder Championships.
For the second year in a row, Koobi Bicycle Saddles is sponsoring a rigorous bicycling event through some of Colorado’s most beautiful scenery. This year’s series has two events, the Pony Xpress Gravel 160 and the new Encierro Velo. Read more
“OK, let’s review your pros and cons again,” she said patiently.
“On the one hand, you’ve got carbon, disc brakes, a great fit, and smoking sale price. And a little bit of a purple stripe. On the other hand you’ve got the colors you really like, but a drop down in components, a bit more weight, and you might be in between sizes on the frame. Have I got that right?”
Jaime Jacoby – tattooed, muscled, cool chic in a girl-crush kind of way – peers at me from under her baseball cap, smiling….
This past fall we moved our family of seven – two driving, skiing, debris-trailing teenagers; three large 80-pound, kibbel-eating-and-forever-pooping dogs; “never-throw-anything-away” fix-it-handyman husband; and me – multisport enthusiast with n+1 bikes, seeking order and an indoor parking spot.
For the first time we had a three car garage, and the possibility to finally organize all the STUFF while at the same time carving out actual protected parking space. But I knew I couldn’t do it alone. I rung up my old pal Katie Macarelli at Feedback Sports, and said, “I need not only to figure out proper hooks on which to hang my bikes, but I need advice on what to put where, and a swift kick in the backside to get it all done…”