Loving the Bike TV: Not a Care in the World


Okay, some very simple but effective advice in this week’s Loving the Bike TV episode.  Be free, positive, and easy….and things will come to you naturally.  Taking the stress off and just getting in the right vibe is all you need.

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  3. GeraldRhodes on December 2, 2015 at 3:30 pm

    That is the balance. That which gets you out of bed each and every morning, and knowing when to turn it down and relax. It is also fun when you can turn down the intensity with your cycling. It’s tough when every one of our rides has a plan and a purpose. What if the plan was to keep the heart rate, exertion, wattage as low as possible? Active rest.


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