BICYCLE TOURING SHORTS - TOURING SHORTS

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Bicycle Touring Shorts


bicycle touring shorts
    bicycle touring
  • Bicycle touring is a form of cycling where riders travel long distances, prioritizing pleasure and endurance over utility or speed. Touring can vary from single day 'supported' rides -- e.g.
    shorts
  • Short pants that reach only to the thighs or knees
  • Men's underpants
  • drawers: underpants worn by men
  • (short) primarily temporal sense; indicating or being or seeming to be limited in duration; "a short life"; "a short flight"; "a short holiday"; "a short story"; "only a few short months"
  • short pants: trousers that end at or above the knee
bicycle touring shorts - Aero Tech
Aero Tech Designs Cargo Bike Short - Size Large - Charcoal
Aero Tech Designs Cargo Bike Short - Size Large - Charcoal
If you do not want to go out in spandex, we have these Cargo Bike shorts that will fit your need for comfort. This wonderfully design is perfect for bicycling rides short or long. It has two shorts in one. Padded cargo biking short helps you last longer and ride stronger. The outer short is a nylon cargo baggy nylon short with two side pockets. It has a drawstring waistline and an internal bike short with a black pearl padded chamois in the seat. The internal pad gives excellent padding comfort for shock absorption. The shorts are highly functional for bicycle touring and mountain bike rides. The outer pocket has a Velcro closure to secure your possessions while riding. Inseam is 10 inches. Machine wash and dry. Comes in color black.

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Road To Susten Pass
Road To Susten Pass
On Wednesday, June 30, day 14 of our bicycle tour of the Alps, we rode the train from St. Moritz to Sargans then biked to Linthal. 41.6 miles, 1290 feet of climbing, 730 feet of descent. We chose to get the train to Sargans mainly to save time and avoid riding roads we had already traveled on. We had sort of painted ourselves into a corner by riding to St. Moritz. Any road we chose would have taken us someplace we had already been. The train ride was actually quite interesting, as the track spiraled and twisted its way from La Punt all the way to Thusis, crossing numerous bridges and passing through countless tunnels. It was also nice to see the previous day's ride from another vantage point. After arriving in Sargens, we made our way to Linthal. This section of road was one of the least pretty of our ride. It was mostly flat, and although we got to ride for several miles along the south shore of a lake (Walensee), the air was somewhat smoggy, distracting from the view. On Thursday, July 1, day 15, we rode from Linthal to Fluelen via Klausen Pass, then caught a train to Goschenen. 34.5 miles, 4525 feet of climbing, and 5120 feet of descent. The climb up Klausen started immediately after leaving Linthal and was hardly memorable. That said, the descent was long and enjoyable despite the two retrogrades. After stopping in Altdorf for lunch, we decided to be lazy, bypassing another 1500 feet of climbing by riding to Fluelen then riding a train to Goschenen, where we spent the night. On Friday, July 2, day 16, we rode from Goschenen back to Meiringen via Susten Pass and Innertkirchen. 35.6 miles, 4700 feet of climbing, and 6150 feet of descent. The day started with a short descent to Wassen before heading west to climb over Susten Pass. A little less than halfway up, we stopped in a driveway to rest and take in the view. It was pretty enough that I got out the camera and made this panorama. Originally 5 images, cropped to around 3. Stitched using Hugin. Shortly after continuing upward, we were passed by a few cyclists, then a few more, then some motorcyclists wearing fluorescent vests with STAFF printed on them. It didn't totally click what was going on until we were passed by three more cyclists and a car with flashing lights and blasting music. Apparently all these cyclists were on a decked-out supported tour! After chatting with one of the riders, we learned that their support consisted of four motorcycles and two cars, plus they had shuttle service for their luggage. They had a tent set up at the top of the pass and everything. It actually looked kind of fun, though looking up prices online after we got home we realized it was a LOT more expensive than riding self-supported. The descent down Susten was long but quite fun. We eventually reached the bottom, passed through Innertkirchen, then started our way back over the short climb to Meiringen. A minute later, a few cyclists from the supported tour caught back up to us -- we had started the descent long before them. At first, Cynthia and I were like "whatever" and let them pass. But once the third or fourth person passed us I couldn't resist and stood up for the rest of the climb, panniers and all. I think Cynthia sped up also. We both knew where the top of the climb was because we had ridden this section earlier in our tour. I can only imagine what they were thinking as two fully-loaded cyclists pushed their pace through that section. At the top of the climb, we pulled off at Lammi to eat sausages with onion sauce for lunch. Super yummy restaurant, highly recommended. After lunch we rolled down to Meiringen and found lodging for two nights. On Monday we had reservations to stay at Rosenlaui, and we planned to meet back up with Piaw, Lisa, and Phil then.
FEBATS Cycling Jersey & Shorts
FEBATS Cycling Jersey & Shorts
Flat Earth Bicycle and Touring Society Raglan Sleeve Jersey, T-Panel Shorts, Summer Gloves and Sleeveless Vest Software: Illustrator The Flat Earth Bicycle and Touring Society (FEBATS) is a small but loyal group of road cyclists from southeastern Michigan that have been friends and riding partners for many years. The club's success lies in its unconventional organization, which includes no officers, meetings, or dues. Nonetheless, the group organizes four bike tours every year including the annual four-day Summer Tour for its members and friends. The FEBATS twentieth anniversary was recently celebrated with beautiful custom cycling apparel designed by JNHK Graphic Design.

bicycle touring shorts
bicycle touring shorts
SHORT BIKE RIDES WISCONSIN, 2nd Edition (Short Bike Rides)
Park your car, put on your helmet, fill your water bottle, and discover the best way to see the sights in Wisconsin - on two wheels. Biking is fun for the whole family, and whether you're a dedicated cyclist or just want to have some fun with the kids on the weekend, a bike and a couple of hours are all you need to enjoy the carefully selected routes in this well-researched guide. Each ride includes precise written directions, excellent route maps, the level of difficulty, including mileage, safety tips, availability of food and facilities and vivid descriptions of points of interest.

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