Monthly Archives: April 2011

Riding through the Pain

We have lying cheating bodies that will act out just before a bought of exercise. Sometimes before a ride my body will rebel with my trick knee beginning to act up or a strange pain in my lower back that … Continue reading

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Fight or Flight and Cycling

Evolving along with the rest of mammals we developed and used for millennia this go fast system that helped us not only get food but more importantly not become food. You’ve heard about the urban myth of the mother who … Continue reading

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Rainy Day Riding

Rainy Day Cycling is an acquired taste. What helps the medicine go down is having the right gear. The key to making it work is a good outer shell and then having layers on and ready so when you sweat … Continue reading

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BC Parkway Ride today

Today Debbie, my partner, and I rode the BC Parkway from the Quay Boardwalk to Central Park. It was a beautiful day for a ride. It was sunny but cool and along the boardwalk the sun was brilliant as it … Continue reading

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Riding the BC Parkway to Central Park

I am developing three routes for my new bike rental and tour buisness, Fraser River Bike Tours & Rentals, and today we are riding from the Quay Boardwalk up the BC Parkway (under skytrain) to Central Park. This twenty five … Continue reading

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Why Cycle-Therapy

My name is Tom Littlewood and I am a therapist and a cyclist. Cycle-Therapy is a new blog dedicated to cycling and cognitive therapy. As a retired therapist and avid cyclist I have combined both for the last twenty five … Continue reading

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