Virtual Riding & Other Pandemic Cycling Spectacles
During the COVID-19 pandemic, more people started cycling, purchased bikes, and participated in virtual rides and races.
Tales from Bike Town
Everyday Cyclist columnist Justin Short explains what it might take for Spokane to become a wholehearted bike town that is safe, convenient, and easily navigable for bikers of all ages and ability levels.
Kmart Bike Shaped Object
Everyday Cyclist Column: Justin Short reflects on his first bike and the beginning of his lifelong obsession with bikes and bike-riding.
Pedaling Public Land
My wife, Lynn, and I moved to Spokane in 2012. Having emptied the moving truck the previous night, I went on a morning constitutional on …
For the Love of Biking and Wind in the Face
More people starting biking during the pandemic and enjoying the correlating physical, mental, and emotional benefits.
Bikepacking Odyssey Across Washington State
Justin M. Short, the new Everyday Cyclist columnist, shares about his Cross-Washington Mountain Bike Race experience in May 2019.
By Justin M. Short As I write this, I’m waiting for a visit from one of my best friends who I met riding a tricycle in a …
Crazy Cold Exposure: The Wim Hof Method
Learn about the Wim Hof Method for cold exposure and its benefits for endurance athletes and people with autoimmune issues and diseases.
Miles of Opportunity: Gravel Riding in West-central Idaho
Andrew Mentzer, Executive Director of the West Central Mountains Economic Development Council (WCMEDC) and local adventure cyclist Dave Beck pedal south and then west out …