Winter Riding Tips Check out some of our winter riding tips. BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR, we are experiencing a legit winter here in Northwest Arkansas. It has already snowed once and it has
2020 has been such a crazy year and now winter is looming with Daylight Saving Time ending. The cold short days are here. Outdoor bike rides are more challenging and
7 Tips for Riding this Fall Season #1 LIGHTS! Get them. Use them. Don’t forget to charge them. Be loud with your lights. Let those cars see you!
How To Ride When It’s Cold I love bikes. I love the outdoors. I love to exercise. I love to exercise on bikes in the outdoors. But winter is
With the time change comes the cold short days of winter. Outdoor bike rides are more challenging and if you are like me it is easy to get down when
INDOOR WINTER TRAINING PROGRAM WINTER PROGRAM USING WAHOO KICKRS AND KICKR STUDIO ERG SOFTWARE AT CYCLING PERFORMANCE LAB IN FAYETTEVILLE. PROGRAMS START WEEK OF DEC 3RD
BIKE FITTING FUNDAMENTALS: THE “PERFECT” SADDLE BY STEVE AUCHTERLONIE WITH CYCLING PERFORMANCE LAB LLC The perfect saddle, does it exist? OCA asked me to address this subject for some
A quick guide to your summer cycling hydration problems. Summer is in full effect and it is hot! Cycling, like any type of exercise dehydrates your body, especially in
YES! Summer is practically here, longer rides and events are happening every week. That means more time in the sun! While cycling tan lines are a point of pride
April showers bring May flowers…and a whole bunch of allergy suffering to boot. Allergies can be a real bummer impacting many areas of life. Especially sleep patterns. Experts are saying
HOORAY! Daylight Saving Time is just around the corner. March 11th will ring in the new riding season. NWA has over 50 organized group rides per week and I am
More races are won and lost the last seven days before the race than any other time. Pre-race mental and physical strategies will put you at the starting line in
Okay perhaps I shouldn’t poke the bear but the 70’s turned into 30’s overnight and we had to breakout the “heavy lifting” apparel this week to ride. Here are some
“Sick season” is here and large blocks of training for next years races are just around the corner. The flu is always the major concern during this time of year.
It is back to school. It is college football. Porch sitting, cool mornings and chasing the light. Always chasing the light. One of the very best riding seasons is here.
Daylight Saving Time ends November 5th. Booooo! Outdoor bike riding is about to get more challenging from here on out. I love being outside. I love to ride my bike
A quick read from coach Alan Ley. Perfect timing with the off-season upon us. I know I could refresh my commitment to at least 4 of these… What if…you
School is in full swing. Which means more motorists and more traffic. But don’t let that stop you from commuting or your kiddo from commuting. Here’s Alan Ley’s tips for
Tips for Racing and Training in the Heat and Humidity By Alan Ley Nothing will slow you down or stop you like heat and humidity. As the temperatures
Full on summer is just around the corner and with it brings that awful humidity. I know some of you crazy cats love it. Boooooo! With Arkansas summer closing in