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Red Schwinn Update

The parts are starting to flow in. I just received the newest part for the build. The color scheme is definitely becoming more apparent.. Check out the Red Schwinn page for an update. Also like me on Facebook: facebook.com/bikeandbrain Advertisements

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Riding Through Winter

This winter has been rather brutal. The temperatures have been in the low to mid twenties for the past several weeks. There has also been the occasional dip into the sub zero range. Despite these conditions, I have continued to … Continue reading

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Guest Post: “How The Bike Helped To Bring Me Back”

“I have been following the developments over at Bike and Brain for sometime.

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Can The Bike Truly Help? Or Are You Just Obsessed?

As I begin taking the next steps to turn Bike and Brain into a tangible non-profit, I find myself pondering all the ways a bike can make a true difference. I can think of many obvious benefits, but one news … Continue reading

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Bikes and Resiliency: Bike and Brain’s First Guest Post

Two different people, in two different states, with two different connections to Bike and Brain have written what is below. In fact, the two guest writers, Keith Rich and Natalie Pacelli do not even know each other. Below, Keith describes … 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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5 Reasons You Are A Better Person Than You Think

1. You Have Potential No matter who you are, you have potential. You have the ability, right now, to make someone’s day. As human beings we harness a lot of control. Often times this control is used in a negative … Continue reading

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What Would Mindfulness Look Like During Snowmageddon 2015?

Aside from cycling, you have probably noticed a heavy presence of mindfulness throughout my site. As a young clinical social worker in NYC I often find myself utilizing mindfulness throughout my practice. It is not a technique per se, but … Continue reading

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5 Ways The Bike Helps Us Regain Control

  When there is a problem, I can fix it.  Bicycles absolutely require maintenance, however, with a little instruction a bike can be very easy to fix on your own. Unlike a car most of the bike’s parts are exposed, … Continue reading

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