Category: Biking Gear

Biking Gear Reviews

Biking Gear Reviews of bikes, gears, parks, bike clothes, helmets for adults and kids.

Nalgene BPA Free Bottles – Hard Choices Await

Eight years ago I discovered Nalgene company. I bought one of their original water bottles that is BPA free and back then they had a small selection but a good one. It was time for renewing our water bottle stash … Continue reading

Geigerrig Hydration Packs and Aquamira Inline Water Filter – A Perfect Match

Are you ready for a pack that can handle any trek or outdoor activity? My goal for a pack was to have a hydration pack along with plenty of space for my things (and my kids things which I end … Continue reading

Small and Light Hydration Backpack – Unigear Review

When my sons discovered the Unigear Hydration Pack, we had a seriously problem on our hands. They both wanted it for themselves. I mean tears and ‘it’s not fairs’ swam and rang through the air for hours. And with good … Continue reading

How to Use the Hydration Pack by Platypus with Ease

About one year ago, my husband, 38, decided it was time to get back to his childhood hobby – mountain biking. Within a short  year, he has taken his passion of biking to a whole new level of competing and … Continue reading

Family Yoga – After Biking Routine – Great Way Stay Healthy

Training for mountain biking competitions doesn’t only revolve around the actual biking. There are many components to full-on training. One of the most important, second to nutrition, is stretching and yoga. Family Yoga – Part of the Biking Routine All … Continue reading

Fitness Tracker for All Levels – Review Smart Band

Here’s the thing. My husband and kids have taken to mountain biking as their primary mode of fitness and training. Since I am not a fan of going down crazy trails, I was feeling left out. But not for long. … Continue reading

Water Bottles for Biking – Mountain Bike Racing – by Polisport

How long do most bike races last? Sometimes 3-4 hours if you’re riding on the slower side. But on average, if you’ve been competing often, it can take around 2-3 hours at most. So what is one of the biggest … Continue reading

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