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You want to cycle on dirt, with choices ranging from gated forest service road with no traffic, dirt roads with some traffic, off-road trails or a combination of all these? If you’re prepared, the possibilities for great rides are there. Factor in what you think you might encounter and hope …

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I used to love riding on the road, spinning my wheels and feeling the speed. But that joy dissipated as I increasingly encountered or heard of others being hit, run off the road or yelled at by drivers thinking they alone had a right to the road.

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Many people ride their bicycles for recreation and exercise, but for others, their bicycles are their transportation. Whether they chose to ride rather than drive to save money, get exercise, reduce their carbon footprint or relieve stress, it doesn’t matter — they are committed to cycle com…

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Though members of the Mount Washington Valley Bicycling Club are rolling along on their own during the pandemic, there is one club aspect many miss: the social one.

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Many people are working from home, “virtually” commuting to their jobs. As businesses and stores start opening up again, workers will be returning to their jobs, wearing masks and carrying hand sanitizer. Many in the valley will drive their cars to the office. However, in the cities, many pe…

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Though many activities have taken a back seat because of the coronavirus pandemic, the White Mountains chapter of the New England Mountain Bike Association is planning on rolling out a pack full of undertakings this season.

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A few weeks ago, we were driving north down on the North Conway “strip.” I spied a family on bicycles — two adults and two children. They were on the sidewalk near Big Apple, having a heavy-duty discussion. The youngest of the group was scowling. I wondered what the issue was.