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The best meteor shower of the year peaks tonight

Photo: Night scene with starry sky and meteorite trail over forest. Long exposure shoot by Eshma The best meteor shower of the year peaks tonight Things on the ground may be… less than ideal, but tonight the sky is making up for it. The Perseids meteor shower peaks on the night of August 11-12, when […] The post The best meteor shower of the year peaks tonight appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Perseids, Newswire


Roundup of transportation surveys ready for the taking

Metro wants to know your thoughts about school-related travel.(Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) Because I know you love surveys, here’s a little roundup of a few that have come across my desk recently… Metro wants to know how students around the Portland region will be traveling for daily, school-related activities. “The survey is intended for families across the Portland Metro region so please share widely so we can better understand families’ transportation needs,” they say. Hurry up becaus...
Tags: Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Surveys, County, Metro, Multnomah County, Oregon City, Portland Bureau of Transportation, ODOT, Oregon Department of Transportation, Portland Metro, Statewide Transportation Improvement Program, West Linn, Jonathan Maus


Ross Island Sand & Gravel site up for sale, raising possibility of Springwater path connection

This orphan section of the Springwater Corridor path build in 2011, is just north of the Ross Island Sand & Gravel parcel that is now for sale. (Photos: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) (Map: BikePortland/PortlandMaps) A three-acre parcel on the Willamette River adjacent to the Springwater Corridor path is up for sale. If the property changes hands, it could hasten development of a key section of riverfront path that would bring us closer to filling the gap between the Eastbank Esplanade and ...
Tags: Sport, Front Page, Infrastructure, Cycling, Portland, Cbre, Ross, Portland Opera, Willamette River, Eastbank Esplanade, Jonathan Maus, Springwater Corridor, SK Northwest, Bureau of Development Services, Portland Spirit, Ross Island Sand Gravel


Wahoo KICKR Smart Trainers get tilting AXIS feet for natural rocking motion, and more!

Wahoo just announced the newest version of their KICKR smart trainer which has some cool new features. More importantly, one of the more interesting features is actually backwards compatible for existing KICKR trainers. Of course, if you don’t already own one, you’ll get the latest and greatest with the new 5th Gen KICKR AXIS. To […] The post Wahoo KICKR Smart Trainers get tilting AXIS feet for natural rocking motion, and more! appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Road Bike, Mountain Bike, Training & Nutrition


Easton sizes up dropper posts with new EA70 AX gravel dropper in two lengths, one travel

The first Easton dropper post is about to hit the market. Considering that Easton is part of the same family as Race Face, Fox, and Marzocchi, it’s not really surprising that Easton is getting on board with droppers. But to keep things consistent with the brands, this one is geared towards the dropbar crowd. Don’t […] The post Easton sizes up dropper posts with new EA70 AX gravel dropper in two lengths, one travel appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Fox, Cycling, Don, Easton, Gravel Bikes


Canyon Sender CFR gives full carbon DH race mountain bike all-new lighter, faster update

Like the road’s superlight Canyon Factory Racing carbon upgrade, the 2021 Canyon Sender CFR downhill race bike sheds a lot of weight in its latest iteration. But more than just a new lightweight layup, the Sender CFR is an all-new carbon DH race bike with retuned suspension, updated geometry, and new wheel sizes that all […] The post Canyon Sender CFR gives full carbon DH race mountain bike all-new lighter, faster update appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Mountain Bike


Canyon Factory Racing reimagines 641g superlight Ultimate CFR carbon road bike!

Canyon’s new Ultimate CFR road bike gives a new name to their top-tier carbon bikes – Canyon Factory Racing. Created to take their carbon frame works to a next level and to more riders, CFR isn’t only about building lighter bikes, but also about building in real race-ready durability. Canyon Factory Racing looks set to […] The post Canyon Factory Racing reimagines 641g superlight Ultimate CFR carbon road bike! appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Road Bike, Canyon Factory Racing


Fachhochschule Sigmaringen, Worldwide Education Center

Die Fachhochschule Sigmaringen ist weltweit bekannt für seine Bildungsprogramme. Mehr als hundert Fachhochschule Kurse unterrichtet werden, und jedes Schuljahr ist anders. Wenn für einen Kurs suchen, ein college student kann ein breites Spektrum von Themen zur Auswahl. Die meisten Studenten kommen aus bürgerlichen Familien, so dass die meisten der gemeinsamen Themen abgedeckt sind. Der Lehrplan […]
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Cycling Training, Spektrum, Bildungsprogramme Mehr


Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Chapel Hill, NC

Photo submitted by Teddy DB, “We just moved to North Carolina and have been exploring local trails, including the gravel jungle that is Carolina North Forest.” We always love seeing photos from where you are riding and are happy to share them with our readers around the world here on the Pic Of The Day. Send […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Chapel Hill, NC appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, North Carolina, Pic of the Day


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Tags: Sport, Cycling, Every Haikyuu Block


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Portland adds space for people on busy streets

Many streets in east Portland have high-stress corners with wide turning radii and narrow sidewalks adjacent to fast-moving traffic. (Photos: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) The third leg of the Portland transportation bureau’s pandemic-related Safe Streets Initiative aims to allocate more space to people on busy streets. Their aptly named Busy Streets program is creating new bus platforms, wider sidewalks and expanded corners. PBOT photo shows crews installing bus platform on SE Washington...
Tags: Washington, Sport, Front Page, Infrastructure, Cycling, Portland, Washington Street, Prescott Street, TriMet, Jonathan Maus, PBOT, East Portland, Burnside Street, Halsey Street, Montavilla, Safe Streets Initiative


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Tags: Sport, Cycling, aMfkaoso GO WORK A TNASA


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Tags: Sport, Cycling, Source: Minecraft


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Tags: Sport, Cycling


A Push to Return U.K.’s ‘Motor City’ to Its Cycling Roots

Coventry can be forbidding for cyclists. But before it became Britain’s Detroit, the city was famed for making bicycles.
Tags: News, Britain, Cycling, Road, Detroit, Factories and Manufacturing, Bicycles and Bicycling, Coventry (England


Get your Ride On in Paris and France with new Zwift maps that are now open to all riders

Recently, Zwift held the first virtual Tour de France and l’Etape du Tour de France. Maybe you even watched some of the virtual racing or took part in the group rides. But I’m guessing I speak for many Zwift riders when I say that what I was really excited about, was the addition of new […] The post Get your Ride On in Paris and France with new Zwift maps that are now open to all riders appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: France, Sport, Cycling, Paris, Road Bike, Zwift, Training & Nutrition


First look at freshly paved Bethany Creek Trail

Despite it not being officially open yet, these local kids found their way onto the path and were having a great time pedaling and picking blackberries.(Photos: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) New path in yellow. Rock Creek Trail in violet. A relatively short but important link in Washington County’s regional path system has been paved. Tualatin Hills Parks and Recreation Department has invested $1.1 million in the Bethany Creek Trail which runs from Springville Road to the existing Rock Cre...
Tags: Sport, Front Page, Infrastructure, Cycling, Kaiser, Washington County, Springville, Bonneville Power Administration, Jonathan Maus, Rock Creek Trail, Multi-use Paths, Springville Road, Bethany Creek Trail, Tualatin Hills Parks and Recreation Department, Rock Creek Trail Bethany Terrace Trail, Springville Road Looking


The Monday Roundup: Truck bloat, Rad story, Black voices, and more

Welcome to the week. Here are the most noteworthy items we came across in the past seven days. Black voices and Bicycling: Must-read content from major cycling media outlet Bicycle Magazine, who devoted their cover(s) and issue this month to first-person accounts of bicycling while Black from leaders and leading voices. Climate failures: Economist Joe Cortright eviscerates Metro’s 2020 transportation funding package for its feckless approach to major greenhouse gas emission reductions. P...
Tags: America, Sport, Joe Biden, Features, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Biden, Metro, American Planning Association, Willamette Week, California Bicycle Coalition, Jonathan Maus, The Monday Roundup, Joe Cortright, Streetsblog


#Vanlife: Go Fast Campers claims world’s lightest hardshell roof top tent w/ GFC Superlite

Roof top tents can be a mixed bag. On one hand, you always have your tent ready to go, high off the ground, and they’re fairly quick to put away. On the other, they can be cumbersome, hard to install with one person, and often quite heavy. Those are all not so good if you’re […] The post #Vanlife: Go Fast Campers claims world’s lightest hardshell roof top tent w/ GFC Superlite appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Vehicles


Back to the Beginning

A Q&A with the Founders of Blue Ridge Outdoors Each of us seeks out the mountains and the waters of the Blue Ridge for a different reason. Whether we’re searching for solitude or community, a challenge or peace of mind, the outdoors offers a place to individually and collectively connect with something larger than ourselves.  […] The post Back to the Beginning appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine.
Tags: Sport, Magazine, Cycling, Blue Ridge, Go Outside, August 2020


Nutrition Roundup: GU’s snack attack, Phenoh’s alkaline sports drink, PRO recovery ice cream & more!

Need more tasty treats to fuel those rides? In this roundup, we have new pre-workout, hydration, sports drink, and recovery products! It’s a big list, including brands like Pro Rich, Sunshine Sparkling Waters, and Sprout Living that may be new to you. GU launched Boon snack foods, Nuun has expanded their lineup, and upstart Phenom […] The post Nutrition Roundup: GU’s snack attack, Phenoh’s alkaline sports drink, PRO recovery ice cream & more! appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Gu, Nuun, Training & Nutrition, Phenoh


Video: Liam Moynihan & Jessie-May Morgan ride UK’s longest enduro track, Top Chief

Fort William in Scotland is much better known for its Downhill Track, having hosted the World Cup Downhill every year since 2002. It isn’t the only track snaking down the face of Aonach Mor, however. Longer, and (arguably) more physically demanding than the World Cup Track is Top Chief, the UK’s longest enduro track. Top […] The post Video: Liam Moynihan & Jessie-May Morgan ride UK’s longest enduro track, Top Chief appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: UK, Scotland, Sport, Cycling, Fort William, Mountain Bike, Other Fun Stuff, Aonach Mor, Jessie May Morgan, Liam Moynihan, Liam Moynihan Jessie May Morgan


Did you feel it? A 5.1 magnitude earthquake shakes North Carolina and the Southeast

Photo: Beautiful azaleas blooming in mountains. Green hills, meadows, and sky in the background. Summer mountain landscape. Near Asheville, Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina, USA. Courtesy of Getty Images by MargaretW Did you feel it? A 5.1 magnitude earthquake shakes North Carolina and the Southeast If you felt the ground move under your feet Sunday […] The post Did you feel it? A 5.1 magnitude earthquake shakes North Carolina and the Southeast appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, North Carolina, Newswire


CONTEST!!! Win 1 of 10 K-EDGE prize packs worth $100 each – you pick the components!

K-EDGE computer mounts are machined from a reputation for quality, precision, and performance (and a block of aluminum!). You’ll find them on the bikes of more than half the Tour de France peloton, plus light and camera mounts, chain catchers, and more! Now, you can pick your own K-Edge setup! Just answer this quick 4-question survey to […] The post CONTEST!!! Win 1 of 10 K-EDGE prize packs worth $100 each – you pick the components! appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Contests


Get Lost in the Mountains and Waters of the Alleghany Highlands of Virginia

Get lost in the mountains and waters of the Alleghany Highlands of Virginia. Grab your kayak or paddleboard and float the many lakes, rivers and streams that make up the Alleghany Highlands Blueway. Explore the Jackson River and its many streams as it flows through the two downtowns – Covington & Clifton Forge and the […] The post Get Lost in the Mountains and Waters of the Alleghany Highlands of Virginia appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine.
Tags: Virginia, Sport, Cycling, Sponsored Content, Jackson River, Alleghany Highlands, Alleghany Highlands Blueway, Covington Clifton Forge


MMR Adrenaline SL Gold edition remembers Olympics past, teasing integrated refresh

While this year’s Summer Olympics get pushed back a year, Spanish bike maker MMR’s special Adrenaline SL Gold edition road bike remembers back to Beijing when Spaniard Samuel Sánchez took Olympic Gold in 2008 (on an Orbea, though.) MMR’s top, lightweight carbon road bike hasn’t changed much since it was introduced last year, but under […] The post MMR Adrenaline SL Gold edition remembers Olympics past, teasing integrated refresh appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Beijing, Cycling, MMR, Road Bike, Samuel Sanchez