Tag Archives: health

To Everyone

To everyone who has followed this blog, I appreciate you and your support. A while back I transferred to a self hosting site. A lot of stuff has happened. We have given away more bikes and have continued a blog … Continue reading

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Mindfulness On The Bike

I have written about mindfulness over the last several weeks. The writing has touched on the generalities of the practice. As I mentioned previously, mindfulness is certainly not an easy practice to master. It takes practice, consistency, and perseverance. The … Continue reading

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Pedals Always Come Around

The pedals on our bike are what allow our feet to power us forward. We push the pedals forward and then pull them back up. It is this pattern of motion that keeps us going. Unless we are on a … Continue reading

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What It’s All About

Along with my daily ramble I hope to find other inspirational pieces that illustrate the collision of mental health and biking. I think this video speaks for itself. It’s more evidence in support of the bike defeating mental illness HEALTHY … Continue reading

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Do you have a handle(bar)?

  Can you imagine riding your bike without the handlebars? Picture what it would be like to use the stem as the main control panel for your bike. It may be possible, but extremely difficult and unnecessary. A variety of … Continue reading

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A Perfect Reflection

This ties in perfectly with my last post. Enjoy!

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It’s Not Just A Bike, It’s You

As mentioned in Ari’s video and “It Doesn’t Stand Alone”, your bike is much more than a few pieces of welded metal. It’s far greater. Your bike is an extension of you. People should be able to see little pieces … Continue reading

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Multi-Tool

I would argue that multi-tasking is essential to everyday life in our modern world. With so much going on, it’s crucial to complete at-least 2 tasks at a time just so you don’t fall behind. I can’t remember the last … Continue reading

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CYCLE CHILL

The temp was around 26 degrees F as I stepped out of my apartment at 8 AM this morning. For many, the first day below freezing is the time to hang the bike up and join the rest of society … Continue reading

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Gray Skies

  A while back I wrote about the equation here: A (Factors in which we have no control) + B (Complete control) = C (Outcome/Attitude) Yesterday was down right gloomy in NYC. The sky was gray, the temperature was low, … Continue reading

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