Biking along Lake Champlain can be a wonderful experience, and In the latest article at LakeChamplainRegion.com Kim Rielly offers her Top 5 Tips for Spring Biking on the Adirondack Coast to maximize your enjoyment. Here’s what Kim has to say:
“It’s just like riding a bike.
Which is to say that it is not like running or skiing. Or sitting at a desk.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the years, it is that no matter how many miles I’ve run or cross-country skied over the winter, switching to road cycling in the spring offers a few challenges. Sure, it seems like it would be an easy transition from a mix of running and sitting at a desk for too many hours a day, to moving your legs in a circular, non-jarring motion.
But in addition to utilizing far different muscles, I’ve found that the onset of spring cycling season offers a number of lessons; especially for those lucky enough to spend that season on Lake Champlain’s Adirondack Coast – a place I call home.
So, for your convenience, I’ve compiled a list of those lessons. And in no particular order, here are my Top 5 Tips for Spring Biking along the Adirondack Coast: …..”
- Burlington Bike Path
- Making the Lake Champlain Islands a Biking Destination – video
- Update on Rehabbing the Burlington Waterfront Bike Path
- Tips for Spring Biking Along Lake Champlain
- VerMontreal 2015
- Burlington Bike Path Upgrades Begin
- Island Line Trail: One of Top 5 Rail Trails in New England
- Burlington-Area Bike Paths Are All They’re Cracked Up to Be