Pedal bus hits the rail trail, causing some concerns

EASTHAMPTON — The sounds of laughter and the Miley Cyrus song “Party In The U.S.A.” drifted up Payson Avenue on Sunday as a large, bus-like bike rolled up the street to the Manhan Rail Trail, 14 passengers pedaling along. This new way to cruise through the city and visit local breweries began on Sunday when Pedal ‘N Party started rolling. The electric-assisted bicycle seats 14 passenger-pedalers, plus a steering bike driver and a host, and will take riders to…

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Love for bikes makes these Army officers hit roads to relive their pas…

New Delhi, June 9 Army life is known for its adventure, but there are a few officers, serving and retired, who are experiencing this by going beyond the framework of their duties. They do so through the wanderlust and passion for biking as they go on uncharted routes of picturesque places and feel the nature closely. The bike provides them freedom and mobility and an unmatched sense of thrill. For these soldiers, there cannot be any…

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Global Swimming Pool Exercise Bikes Market Valuable Growth Prospects, …

Reportocean.com “Global Swimming Pool Exercise Bikes Market” research report has been added to its Research Database. Swimming pool exercise bike is one kind of bike helps reduce the impact on your joints and muscles on your legs and knees while helping you burn those excess calories under water. Get more information, Ask for Free Sample Copy of https://www.reportocean.com/industry-verticals/sample-request?report_id=36757 According to this study, over the next five years, the Swimming Pool Exercise Bikes market will register an xx% CAGR in terms…

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Are cyclists under-fuelling to breaking point?

“I’n the lead-up to the European age-group duathlon championships, I hurt my leg,” says 53-year-old Doug Bentall, recalling his 2016 season. “I thought I’d pulled a muscle, and somehow got round the race with the injury.” Bentall, a PR man from Tonbridge, Kent, had returned to cycling in his late 40s, having raced as a younger man, and made solid progress to a sub-23min 10-mile time trial. He decided to give duathlon a try after his wife Bridget pointed…

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Cyclists have reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, study finds

Cycling reduces the risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD), a new study from the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) has found. After accessing medical databases containing data of over a million individuals, they found that any form of cycling seems to be associated with a lower CVD risk. People who use cycling as a method of transportation as well as those who take pedalling more seriously were included in the study, with the BJSM undertaking a two-part systematic…

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Tokyo 2020 hopeful Rikako Ikee on ongoing treatment for leukemia

The Japanese swimming star has resumed light exercise in her hospital room, despite receiving treatment for leukemia Japanese swimming star Rikako Ikee, who has been battling leukemia since February, was discharged from hospital in late May to spend a few days with her family. “While I was away from the hospital, I spent relaxing days, enjoying meals with my family and getting lots of fresh air,” the 18 year old revealed on her website on Wednesday. She posted…

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Great bike for making your own Peloton now cheaper / Boing Boing

The Sunny SF-B1002 exercise bike that I have based my DIY Peloton around is now $50 less than I paid for it! The 49lb flywheel matched with a really affordable price brought me to the Sunny Bike. This bike is very smooth to ride and easy to use. I have ridden it mercilessly for over 2 years and not had any problems. The bike shows almost no signs of wear and has taken very little maintenance. Set up was…

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Biker stops in Missoula in midst of 6,000 mile long trip

MISSOULA – One man is biking his way from New York City to Alaska as part of his graduate research in statistics. John Schwenck is making his way through the state right now and MTN News caught up with him during a weekend stop in Missoula. Schwenck, 25, is a researcher from New Jersey. “Even in sports — I was a lineman, but I was the lightest lineman. In rugby, I was the eight man, but I wasn’t quick enough and…

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Examining the top performers at the 2019 NHL Scouting Combine

Have you heard of Jayden Struble? No? Well you have now. The defenseman out of St. Sebastian’s School in Massachusetts put on a clinic at the NHL Scouting Combine and has asserted himself as the top athlete in the 2019 draft class. Of course, athleticism is hardly all that it takes to succeed in hockey, but Struble certainly didn’t hurt his draft stock with his incredible performance on Saturday. Among the fitness tests that the combine invitees are asked…

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Sabres likely to draft a goalie, but development will be a test of pat…

Reminder: This isn’t the NFL. The NHL Scouting Combine is far more about long-term projection than instant success. Of the more than 100 players who took their exercise paces and bike rides Saturday in Harborcenter, only presumptive No. 1 pick Jack Hughes is a sure bet to be in the NHL next season. Kaapo Kakko, the likely No. 2 pick who skipped the proceedings, will almost certainly join him. Perhaps one or two more of the top 10 could…

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