Back To Racing: Vaccines, Testing, And Risk

Back To Racing: Vaccines, Testing, And Risk

by up.bike
Maybe because we’re set-up in Michigan, the new epicenter of what might be the fourth surge of COVID-19 in the United States. Maybe it’s because cases around the world are on the rise, and races in Europe have been postponed or cancelled all together…
Back To Work By Bike (And Saving The World In The Process)

Back To Work By Bike (And Saving The World In The Process)

by up.bike
Spring weather is back just as some of us are slowly returning to one element of normal we may not be quite as excited about - the commute to work. We take a look at some of the benefits of riding to the office whenever possible, and it’s about more…

Bike Life: Three Things To Do After Every Ride

by Cody Sovis
Leaving the house is often a ritualized, if a little rushed, regimen to make sure everything goes great out on the road or trail. But there’s value in including a few post-ride habits that will make it easier to ride next time and give you a second t…
Back To Racing (Maybe)

Back To Racing (Maybe)

by up.bike
A year ago, we all expected to be back to our normal racing schedule by spring. Then, summer. Then, it was very clear that, even in the autumn of 2020, nothing would be back to normal.That meant one of two things for almost every bike race and, indee…
The Classics Are Coming

The Classics Are Coming

by up.bike
Christmas is almost here. Kind of. The Classics are the very best part of the cycling season (sorry, Grand Tours) and after a disrupted 2020, we’re ready for the normal slate of races.There are five Classics on the cycling calendar and it’s no coinci…