Winter Training Tips

Winter is a tough time to stay in shape. The days are short, the weather is cold and variable, and it’s tempting to curl up with the TV and a hot drink instead of doing…

Trainers and Rollers Demo Night recap

Last week, Bicycle Habitat Women’s Cycling, in conjunction with CycleOps and Trek Bicycle, hosted a clinic designed to answer the most commonly asked questions about trainers and rollers. Questions like: What is the difference between trainers and…

Rolling with the changes

Fall is an amazing time to ride a bicycle. The weather conditions are often ideal, and here in the Northeast the vistas and changing leaves are spectacular. It is a true feast for the eyes…

Advice for new mountain bikers

The air is becoming crisp and trees are starting to change. Fall has a natural feeling of transition to it and is arguably the best time of the year for mountain biking. Here in the…

Oh the places you can go

When I first started riding a bike, I thought it was a fun way to get around town. Then, I realized bikes can take me places cars can’t go, and more swiftly than I could…

May 7th Cyclofemme Ride Recap

Our big season kickoff for 2016 was Cyclofemme, a global women’s ride event that happens annually on Mother’s Day. Like last year, Bicycle Habitat Women’s Cycling hosted a special Saturday edition. Now in our second…

Emonda SL8 Women’s long term review

After a season of riding the Trek Emonda SL8 Women’s, I’m ready to give her a proper review. I put this bike through the paces in 2015, riding it to train for mountain bike racing…