Do you have goals for cycling in 2020 – New Year resolutions to ride more, ride better, or go new places?
We do too, but rather than focus on the resolutions themselves we thought we’d take a look back at the last decade of cycling tips and wisdom from our wonderful cycling community, and offer some highlights as a resource to help you achieve your cycling goals, and keep your cycling resolutions, through this New Year and all the way through the new decade.
Still true from New Years past…
Where did 2019 go anyway?
I have no idea – it went by in as much of a blur as the riders at the front of a TDF sprint finish. I do know where the top tips for cycling resolutions from New Year 2019 are though – right here.
We talked about resolving to ride more often, ride safer, and ride more comfortably, and the posts pointing the way are just as fresh and useful this New Year.
A reflection on the joys of cycling, good for every New Year
Way back in 2007, Georgena Terry shared a New Year reflection on the deep satisfaction found in riding a bike, along with a New Year wish that bears repeating always.
How to make New Year resolutions that last
It’s a sad fact that most New Year resolutions are forgotten fairly quickly. In 2013 Amy Magyar passed along some great insights on why that is, and how to make your own resolutions stick for the long term.
Inspiration for a new ride…
Amy Magyar took a look at ways to create momentum around exercise and health, in this piece from New Year 2014 – on “exercising your change muscle.”
Terry CEO, Liz Robert, is a keen sailor as well as an adventurous cyclist. In 2011, she shared reflections gained at the helm and on the hoods, on what it really takes to embrace and allow real change.
From the archives – a selection of top tips for happier cycling
HOW DO I FIND THE RIGHT BIKE SEAT FOR ME? – FINDING YOUR PURRFECT SADDLE.
HEAD FOR THE HILLS – TOP CYCLING TIPS FOR BETTER CLIMBING.
HOW TO AVOID CYCLING DISCOMFORT.
CYCLING COMFORT TIPS FOR WOMEN.
Now, let the new roaring twenties begin!
No flappers in sight – this time we’re roaring up hills, screaming down hairpin descents, and laughing along twisty lanes!
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