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Leah Vande Velde, the wife of Garmin Cycling’s Christian Vande Velde, demonstrates how to make your own energy bars (via the CycleOps PowerCycling channel on YouTube). http://www.youtube.com/v/WJozNA1qebY&hl=en&fs=1& Leah Vande Velde Prepares Homemade Energy Bars in the Vande Velde’s Girona kitchen. … Continue reading
In addition to bikes and snappy duds, Garmin team manager and Slipstream CEO Jonathan Vaughters is well known for his love of wine and good food. On the grape side, The Boulder Report is telling us that he has been … Continue reading
Healthy Eating Tips For Sustained Energy From A Pro Cycling Team.
Spring has sprung nearly everywhere, so it’s time to get the bikes out and start putting miles under your wheels. Of course, some folks more hearty than yours truly (which is just about everyone but the intensive care ward of … Continue reading
Here’s what I know about fitness: the same thing doesn’t work for everyone. It’s like Curly said in City Slickers, you gotta find your one thing. Stick with that, and everything else falls in place. But figuring out that one … Continue reading
I like to read about folks like this to remind me how soft my life is. Canadian Rider Has Made Unorthodox Climb to the Top “We will never be here again.”