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Kingdom Experiences, Mountain Bike Skill Camps and Tours in Vermont

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Venture and Reward

By Alex Greco I first got into mountain biking with friends at a young age. We all developed an interest in the outdoors, and quickly became passionate about mountain biking, skiing and hiking. When we were 18 years old we decided we needed to experience other riding than the local trail systems on the North

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Healthy and Happy Holidays!

With another holiday right around the corner and many people, athletes especially, hard at work trying to burn off the extra winter weight it can be a little daunting to pull yourself up to the dinner table again without a side of guilt. Trust me, I’m right there with you!  But it doesn’t have to

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Helpful Tips to Get Your Kids into Mountain Biking

Many of us are lucky to have experienced the amazing benefits that mountain biking has to offer. It’s only natural for us to want our children to reap the same rewards we have benefited from. Mountain biking is an excellent way for kids to connect with the outdoors and nature at an early age, it

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Being a Mountain Bike Instructor Is My Dream Job

When I was 15 years old I remember taking a different mindset in life. It all started when I was constantly being asked what I wanted to be when I was older. Every time I simply just answered “I want to be happy.” This was different than the answers from my peers. Some people did

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Why Cycling is a domino effect of awesomeness for your children’s health!

By Collin Daulong There is no denying the physical benefits of cycling and regular exercise in general, but some of the most profound benefits are now being shown in relation to mental health.The cardiovascular nature of cycling helps to boost your brain’s neuroplasticity. Neuroplasticity is the ability of the brain to form and reorganize synaptic

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Why even non-racers could benefit from a cycling coach

As I sit here in a coffee shop sucking down a espresso and chowing a pastry I cannot help but reflect on my life as a coached person. Yes I said it –  coached person! I do not consider myself to be a racer; I have raced maybe a dozen times in my life but

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