Strava To Share Your Bike Adventures

I started using Strava recently when I started going on weekend adventures throughout and outside the city. The app's function is to track your ride by gps and rank your best time on segments with other users. This creates an element of merciless competition with friend and colleagues, which can be fun if you like that. You can get creative, challenge yourself, brag to your friends, and create a safety zone for your bike around your house, work, or lock up spot when you go to the privacy tab on the settings page. It's fun to see what others are doing to get a little inspiration on a ride your interested in taking. I do have to say I tend to forget to track a ride but sometimes it's nice to ditch the gps and just enjoy the rode.

What types of apps do you use to share your cycling adventures? Any good ones to note?

A Summer Bicycle Lifestyle

Can we officially call it summer already? Well I am. Every summer I like to provide a little recap of how to make the most of longer sunnier days while staying cool and fresh under the sun. For many of us ladies and gents who commute by bicycle in cities, we need to show up fabulous and fresh on our bikes wherever we go. It's not always easy staying cool but here are some links with tips to keep your summer adventurous while looking smart on two wheels.

Summer Cycling Tips- Everything you need to know from dealing with helmet hair and what to wear.
DIY Bike Tour- When it comes to adventure, planning a bike tour is just as fun as the journey.
Join A Group Ride- From East to West, ladies around the country are inviting you to a group ride.
DIY Bike PicnicWhen it comes to picnics and managing your goodies on bicycle, create a unique yet effortless experience.
Bike To The Beach- What's better than spending a sizzling day in the ocean?
Summer Hair Tutorials- Hair styles for hot summer days, this has you covered.
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