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10 Do’s and DON’Ts of Cycling In the City

10 Do’s and DON’Ts of Cycling In the City

  10 Do’s and DON’Ts of Cycling In the City BY: Eric Richard Allen    Cycling acts as a savior in a current situation when cities are becoming more congested, noisy, and polluted. Many states view vibrant cycling culture has the potential to lead citizens towards better health because bicycles do not emit air pollutants and regular physical activity may lower the risk of diabetes, obesity, and cancer. If you are new to cycling or a pro, make sure to…

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Racing for a Cause: Getting Stronger Together

Racing for a Cause: Getting Stronger Together

It’s 40 degrees at 7 a.m. on October 13, 2018, and I’m at the mouth of the Canyon de Chelly National Monument with 150 other intrepid trail runners. I had traveled almost 650 miles – a drop in the pan compared to some of the folks there – to this place to be part of something that words can’t properly memorialize, nor would pictures do justice. But the beauty and the brotherhood felt among the runners was only the tip…

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2012 Tour de H2O

2012 Tour de H2O

Tour De H2O has provided wells and clean water through the installation of rainwater harvest systems, hand-dug wells, and more to multiple locations in Kenya. Tour de H2O’s Founder Steven Hurt gives his account of this year’s successful events.