City cycling tips from Wellness Revolution, plus a bonus tip for incident-free cycling anywhere The skills to ride safely in an urban setting are an important part of what we teach in our Wellness Revolution program, run in conjunction with Blue Cross Blue Shield VT. They are essential for gaining (or regaining) confidence on a […]
Especially for our own Moms and all the Moms we love – thank you for getting us rolling on our training wheels, cheering us on when we outgrew them, and inspiring us to ride toward our greatest goals. Here’s to you, Moms! Paula appreciates a favorite Mom, Kathy My BFF and I grew up in […]
Chris recently rode Death Valley solo after his friend bailed on the ride. He lives and rides in NYC and is a strong supporter of Terry saddles. Here’s his perspective on his ride through some of the harshest conditions in the world.
Watch out for the desert people…Desert people? Who are these desert people? Where do they live?
On a brisk Saturday morning in early May, Terry team members Colin Sturgess, David Howard, Serena Wilcox, Jeannette Segale, Karyn Lewis and Megan Peek (from BCBS) all joined me on the Burlington waterfront for the first Wellness Revolution Ride of 2019, along with approximately 30 participants!
Wondering if it’s time to replace your bike helmet? Here are the facts about when to replace your helmet, and the truth about some myths you may have heard. It’s all about your helmet’s ability to meet safety standards, but there are other good reasons to consider. Do any of these helmet replacement requirements apply to you?
Interesting Innovations in Bike Helmets for Women – Good idea or not, a lot of people riding bike lanes to commute or using bike share programs go without helmets. Thanks to technology, there may soon be some good options for people who resist wearing a bike helmet.
Teacher’s Favorite – A Spin Instructor’s Pick for Best Indoor Cycling Shorts By Karyn Lewis It’s early March, and here in Vermont, the local Spinning classes are maxed out. Our streets are loaded with ice and people are afraid of the conditions out there, so spinning is the perfect safe alternative. I have taught […]
This year, we’ve been even busier on our product line than usual, and the result is a bumper crop of colorful styles and patterns. The new season’s introductions are visually stunning, but we also came up with a host of technical and functional innovations.
Here’s a round up of some of the most exciting new developments in the Terry line for Spring 2019.
In the past few years I’ve had the good fortune to take a few ship-based cycling vacations and I’ve loved them. Along the way, I’ve picked up some tips for planning a cycling vacation that’s more comfortable and more fun. Read on for the advice I wish I’d had before I went on my first trip!
Cycling vacations are an awesome way to see exotic places, meet new friends, and get in some great rides. To get the most from your trip, you’ve got to have the right bike. The big question is, should you BYOB – bring your own bike – or rent one at your destination? In three years of working as a bike mechanic on cycling trips with Santana Adventures, I’ve seen people have a great trip either way. But I’ve also seen bike issues derail a great vacation, and I wanted to share some tips to help make sure that doesn’t happen to you.