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Bimonthly News 7

Welcome to the seventh issue of the bimonthly newsletter!

 

Remembering the Removal.

Cyclists of the Cherokee Nation Ride the Trail of Tears.

Members of the Cherokee Nation follow in the footsteps of their ancestors as they bike almost 1000 miles from Georgia to Oklahoma along the Trail of Tears. This ride is meant to honor the the thousands of Native Americans who died.

 

The Dawn of Tech in European Road Racing.

Tech King Versus Traditionalist

The story of David and Goliath is as old as time, but commonly rings true. In the 1989 Tour de France, it was Laurent Fignon's Goliath versus Greg LeMond's David armed with an aero slingshot. This article is a recount of the that battle and how it changed the cycling world forever.



Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

How to Get Rid of Sore Muscles for Good

Everyone experiences muscle soreness after a hard ride, but when your muscles feel wrecked 24-48 hours after a hard ride that’s called delayed onset muscle soreness(DOMS). This article discusses the problems DOMS brings and how to cope with them to aid your recovery.

How to Get the Most Out of Your Sunscreen

How High of an SPF Does Your Sunscreen Actually Need?

What is the best SPF for your sunscreen? Most people think higher is always better, but in reality it's just not that simple. It comes down to multiple factors including brand, aerosol vs. lotion, replication and more.  

 

A Look Inside Bontrager Wheel Works

Made in Waterloo: Inside Bontrager’s Wheel-Building Institution

Ask anyone, it's the wheels that make the bike truly fly. Take a look into the process that Bontrager takes to make their wheels, as well as some of the stories that surround the manufacturing.

 

 

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Updated: July 06, 2018