Using Fiction to Capture the Essence of Biking

Fiction is challenging. It has to engage the reader, carry a story and create characters who are realistic. But fiction is also liberating. Through fiction, I could tell the stories of bike rides, but adjust the details to capture the essence of those rides.

Riding a Smart Trainer with Zwift – A New User’s Experience

by John Rogers Getting a smart trainer and picking an “App for that” is a big investment. There’s lots of choices along the way, and a bit of learning to figure out how all these things come together to create a great indoor virtual riding experience. Here’s my...

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Your previous subscriptions to topics on the TCBC Forum got lost when we transferred to the new website earlier this year.  To stay on top of the latest info, you will need to resubscribe.  Here’s how to do so:   1) Log into the forums by clicking ‘Log...

Riding through the Pandemic

As Spring begins to arrive in Minnesota it’s hard to imagine the beginning of the biking season without our regular TCBC rides. It can be harder to get motivated to ride on one’s own and we have come to enjoy those great routes put together by TCBC leaders. But don’t...
A loss for the cycling community

A loss for the cycling community

We are saddened to share the passing of Bill Berger, the founder and owner of Gateway Cycle. Gateway has been a long time sponsor for TCBC and many members have had the opportunity to visit the shop, and have good memories of the care and service they received from...