TERRY TEAM: MEET LENORE IMHOF.

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Whether she is recharging her batteries on a bike, or juggling her busy schedule, this month’s newest Terry teammate never stops rolling. Lenore balances a career as a school teacher and an attorney; family life, including her cycle-loving mom and rescue-dog Jake; volunteering and training for her next adventure. She began cycling in 6th grade […]

A WINNING TERRY STORY.

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Every once in a while, we offer the chance to win a Terry Bicycle. The most fun is letting someone know they’ve won. We just had to share this lucky winner’s response… Dear Lisa and the Gals, Instead of giving you my height and inseam, I want to share with you my Terry Story. I’m […]

DREAM RIDE: CYCLING IN MALLORCA.

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Epic mountain rides, switchbacks and dramatic seascapes – Welcome to Mallorca, Spain. If you’re considering an international cycling vacation to Mallorca, March is a good time to go. The roads are quiet, other than the occasional pro-team on a training ride, and daytime temps rise into the 60s. That being said – avoid the week before Easter, […]

DREAM GEAR: CYCLING IN MALLORCA.

Gear that “made the ride” while on the bike vacation of a lifetime. The epic sights were without question the best part of the ride – but coming in at a close second? My shorts. The Bella Prima Bib Shorts were a ride saver. The Flex Air chamois provides padding in all the right places while the soft […]

SHOP LOCAL: GUS’ BIKE SHOP.

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Jeff and Leslie Latimer own Gus’ Bike Shop in North Hampton, NH. We caught up with Leslie at a recent event for “Gus’ Gals” at their shop and asked her a few questions. Tell us a bit about Gus’ Bike Shop: “When my husband and I bought the shop there was no bike shop in New […]

GEAR GUIDE: WINTER RIDING GLOVES.

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Any rider who has braved snow covered trails, icy winds and side blowing sleet know that cold hands can ruin a ride before it even begins. So, let’s give a hand to arguably one of the most important pieces of equipment necessary for cold weather riding, warm and wearable winter gloves. Here are our top picks […]

HOW TO COMMUTE DURING THE DEEP FREEZE.

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There’s cold, and then there’s winter bike commuting.    Coming from Montana, I thought I could handle any weather that Vermont blew my way – but when wind chill kicked the temperature down to almost 40 below zero last year, I was a bit out of my element. When you commute during this cripplingly cold season, […]

ASK A TOUR LEADER: TOURING DURING THE OFF SEASON.

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  For many of us, the days are getting shorter and cooler, and thoughts are turning to things other than bicycle touring. Why not make this the year to try something different and go on an off-season bike trip? Yes, the days will be shorter and the weather will be tougher. The flip side is […]

Ask A Tour Leader: Bike Tour Beginner Basics.

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    You’ve thought about it, now is the year to do it – go on an overnight bike tour. What are some of the things you need to know? Just get out and do it. Traveling by bicycle takes many forms and there are lots of resources to help. Bring only a change of […]

BIKEPACKING: TINY ADVENTURE; BIG FUN.

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  A Micro-Adventure Awaits.     The first time I heard the word “bikepacking”, a light went off in my head – I knew this was going to be my activity of choice for my Surly Pugsley (named Wednesday). The activity is defined very much as it sounds, a combination of biking and backpacking, an off-road tour, […]