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  • Rain & Paceline Safety

    Rain & Paceline Safety
    Safety First

    PP - Paceline Prudence

  • Finding Motivation

    Sometimes you have to be creative to come up with a motivating challenge in cycling. But rest assured there are always challenges and goals that can sustain your commitment to, and enjoyment of cycling (and life itself). Take as a source of inspiration: Frenchman Robert Marchand who recently set a new world record when he cycled 22.547 kilometers (about 14 miles) in an hour — at the age of 105.

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    Thanks to Helmut Schroeder for suggesting the story line

  • Plan Now for Summer's Challenges

    Set some goals and make them SMART

    Setting goals is the best way to keep you on track and ensure your training has a purpose and structure. When setting any kind of goal, there are five criteria that need to be met, and conveniently, they spell out SMART so you’ll never forget them. Your goals should be specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time sensitive.

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  • Siskiyou Velo Board meeting scheduled for March 1, 2017

    The Siskiyou Velo Board will meet at 6:30 pm on Wed., March 1, 2017 at Angelo’s pizza in Phoenix. A full agenda of Club business is planned and members are welcome to attend.

  • Making Cycling Safer for Everyone

    The Dutch demonstrate their commitment to multi-modality not just in words but in infrastructure design and construction. View this video and then imagine how the The Fern Valley Interchange might have been designed had it been located in Holland.

    Thanks to John Bullock for his insightful browsing.

  • Registration for Pedals 'n Pears Ride now open

    Registration for the 2nd Annual Pear Blossom Bike Ride is now open.  The event takes place on Saturday, April 8, departing from Medford’s Bear Creek Park.  There are three rides to choose from, a 4 mile family ride, a 14 mile route, and a 62 mile (metric century) route. This is a fun event that includes a Ride T-shirt, rest stop and post ride refreshments, and sag support.  A post-ride hot meal is included with the 62 mile ride. See their web site for more information and to register: