Hello readers, as the end of fall quarter draws near, Cycling SLO is coming to an end. The blog itself will still be here for you to view, but I will no longer be posting material, at least not in the near future. Blogging has its ups and downs, but creating and maintaining Cycling SLO … More Goodbye…
Located at the heart of downtown San Luis Obispo, on the corner of Pacific and Morro St. is the Bike Kitchen. The Bike Kitchen is a program provided by the non-profit organization Bike SLO County (formerly known as the San Luis Obispo County Bike Coalition). The Purpose Open from 12p.m. to 5p.m. Friday through Sunday, the Bike Kitchen … More Get to know SLO’s Bike Kitchen (Video Included)
Cycling SLO has been an extremely exciting website to create and manage. Upon showing it to my peers I received some very positive feedback, as well as some necessary constructive criticism. Cal Poly Senior, Ryan Angelich, had a lot of good things to say about my blog. However, he did point out to me that it … More Status Check
A bike kitchen is a place where people of all ages and backgrounds can go to learn more about how to fix up their bicycle when it is in need of maintenance. Usually the community has to pay next to nothing for the parts you need for your bike, and the service of the volunteers and … More SLO Bike Kitchen (Teaser)
For any cyclists, runners, and physical activity enthusiasts, “Strava” is a must need App. Head quartered in San Francisco, Strava was created in 2009 as a way to track and record outdoor activities. Why should you break out your phone and download Strava? To find popular and competitive routes used by both amateurs and professionals. You can … More 6 reasons people should use Strava
People in this day and age live busy lives, whether it be a 9-5 job or a day full of class. It can often times be hard to find the time to exercise. In order to maintain a healthy lifestyle many nutrition scientists believe that children and teens should exercise one hour per day and that adults … More Bike Route for San Luis Obispo Cyclists
In the mid 1800s cycling was more of a fad for the rich. However, as time progressed and bikes were made available to those of all incomes, biking has evolved from a fad to a source of transportation and even a highly competitive sport. People bike for all sorts of reasons these days. Some people cycle … More What kind of biker are you?