Bicycle events

Hydration Tips The Spring here in California is starting out very warm indeed! Here is Cycle California! Magazine’s PSA: When you go out for a ride, any ride, haul enough water to stay hydrated. But how much is enough? Think about where you're riding. Are you doing urban riding or... Read more →


In California, the rains have stopped and the season for century riding is in full swing. April's event calendar is huge and the riding is beautiful. Make sure you're ready to ride with the following seven tips. Then, check out the different rides that follow this list! Disclaimer: Some of... Read more →


The deluge is on! Californians are exchanging hip waders for their bikes and staying at home to avoid the the crazy rain they’ve experienced. For those days when getting your mileage in just isn't appealing, we at Found by Bike suggest having a bike movie-a-thon with some or all of... Read more →


--and no, his name doesn’t begin with an L. Picture a time in America's distant past, when bicycle racing was the most popular sport in the U.S. (and the world), and while Europeans were into it, Americans and Australians were not that far behind. It was a time, between 1880... Read more →


As bicycle magazine publishers, we do spend a fair amount of time on the road during the century ride season in Northern California. As the season winds down we usually hit our last major trip of the year: Tahoe South, for Bike the West's Tour de Tahoe: Bike Big Blue.... Read more →


Team Novo Nordisk's Javier Megias (ESP) and Stephen Clancy (IRL). Photo courtesy of TDWSport This week's guest post was written by David Bodick, of the Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Branch (NEOPB), California Department of Public Health In May, three racers from Team Novo Nordisk reached out during a visit... Read more →