Don’t hang up your bike when the first snowflakes fall-here’s how to ride right this winter.
Too many cyclists hang up their bikes at the first sign of snowflakes, but they’re missing out. As your body struggles to stay warm in the cold, you not only burn more calories, but your body also learns to use oxygen much more efficiently, according to research from Northern Arizona University. Most importantly, riding around (safely) in the snow can be incredibly fun. Below, nine things you should-and shouldn’t-do to make the most of your winter cycling season.
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Kaz66: Unless Trump decides to do away with Rules of engagement, codes of conduct and tears up the Geneva convention our soldiers are required to follow them. And if they don't they will be convicted of war crimes. A pardon does not suddenly make him an innocent man. Actually to accept a pardon is an admission of guilt so I doubt anything will be expunged! Lorrances expectations don't seem to be based on reality.