An Inspring Paddling Book

I just read Alistair Wilson's autobiographical account of his life as a paddler. He has done sea kayaking, competitive flat water kayaking, and some exciting expeditions, including running the Colorado River and its rapids through the Grand Canyon in an open two-person canoe. http://www.amazon.com/books He was also the founder of Lendal paddles, which he ran … Continue reading An Inspring Paddling Book

Sweating Together- Indoor Workouts With Virtual Classes

I've been intrigued by the success of the Peloton company, which sells indoor exercise bikes (and now treadmills) with sophisticated displays that allow users to take virtual classes over the internet (either live or on-demand). The bikes are not cheap, and the subscription price is $40 per month which seems high compared to other subscriptions … Continue reading Sweating Together- Indoor Workouts With Virtual Classes

Rehabbing From Trauma and Epilepsy to Become an Ultradistance Cyclist

http://www.Amazon.com/books "Going the Distance" is the story of George Thomas. In 1984, he was struck and severely injured by a drunk driver. He spent several months rehabbing from that incident, got in great shape, and was working as a ski instructor in Oregon. But in 1989 he started having seizures, which were eventually diagnosed as … Continue reading Rehabbing From Trauma and Epilepsy to Become an Ultradistance Cyclist