Middle Aged Woman on a Bicycle

Blown Bicycle Tire Reminds Me I Need to Learn Basic Bicycle Maintenance

The weather has been sunny and beautiful this past week! Which always excites me; because it means I can start riding my bicycle every day instead of driving my car. I rode my bicycle to almost all my client appointments along with running errands on every day except a couple. Need to work the leg muscles…
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June 20, 2017 0
Riding at Dusk for the National bike Challenge

National Bike Challenge Happens Again This Year 2017

The National Bike Challenge is a nationwide event uniting thousands of current bicyclists—and encouraging countless new riders.

June 1, 2017 0
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Market Online With Better Results Hire Me To Help You

It starts with a one on one meeting to determine the best places to market online. We do this by assessing your online marketing and advertising needs. This also gives us time to figure out if we want to work together.

June 1, 2017 0
bicycle riding uniform

Bicycle Riding Uniform Created With Your Own Clothes

You don’t need to buy special clothing to be able to ride your bicycle.Use the clothes in your closet to create a bicycle riding uniform.

June 1, 2017 1

It is National Bike Month and I Rode Around the Coeur d Alene City Park

Over the last several years I have participated in Bike Month and the National Bike Challenge (May-Sept.) and this year is no different. It is the fifth of May and I have been out riding already for four days for a total of 75 miles. It has been fun too as I have a new…
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May 5, 2017 0

When It Hurts So Good

Getting myself ready for 30 Days of Biking which starts on April 1st. Been out riding a bit and this week I almost made it to my weekly goal of 25 miles. Needless to say my legs are feeling it! Guess I wasn’t quite ready for a 9 mile ride. Amazing how when you don’t…
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March 26, 2017 1

Take The Time to Slow Down

Tree Lined Concert Hall One of the many things I love about riding my bicycle are the sights and sounds of nature. There is something spiritual about the smell of fresh rain, a bit of chill in the air, and hundreds of birds singing above your head. On my way to an early morning meeting…
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March 24, 2017 0

Three things bike share experts could teach other biking advocates

This is a guest post from our colleagues at BetterBikeShare.org. While different bicycling initiatives often seem separate from the outside, upon closer look you can see important connections and crossovers. The Better Bike Share Partnership, which includes PeopleForBikes, is an initiative of the JPB Foundation that seeks to make bike share accessible for all members…
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February 8, 2017 0

Fashion, Cookie Candle, and a Drink Collection #idahobikelife 

Few photos from my week so far… Lots of posts on social media about “Dressing Like A Woman”, so I threw mine in and showed that you are still dressing like a woman even in Converse tennis shoes. I Love my Chucks!  Really wanting Taco’s for Taco Tuesday, but will have to settle for a…
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February 7, 2017 0

Biking Is Good For Our Air

I like to breath…how about you? Being someone who has lung issues: allergic asthma and (full disclosure) former pack a day smoker (over 25 years ago) not being able to breath is something I have experienced. It is not fun. Struggling to take a breath, feeling like you are drowning on dry land, and the…
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February 7, 2017 0