Articles by Curt Hentschke

More safe cycling suggestions

The latest? Many of your favorite charity rides are going virtual, so check out their respective websites. Everyone’s favorite bike festival, the Sea Otter Classic, recently scrubbed their rescheduled dates. [...]

Safe summer cycling

Ever since April, I feel that I’ve been sharing nothing but rotten riding reports. This event has been canceled; that ride has been postponed. Through it all, I’ve also been [...]

Checking in and riding out

It’s February! Have you planned a Valentine’s bicycle ride with your sweetheart yet? Come on, get busy! Pedal to your favorite restaurant; you’ll burn off the calories from the meal. [...]

Happy New You

Happy New Gear! Was Santa good to you and your bicycle? Awesome! Were you able to join in Bike Therapy’s Jingle Holiday Lights Ride five days before Christmas? Super! Is [...]

Cranking at Christmas

Did you hear what I heard? Morgan Hill’s Bike Therapy was recently honored as one of America’s Best Bicycle Shops! Fewer than 200 stores qualify for this honor, which is [...]

Cranking and thanking

Out of left field: “Coyote Creek Cycling Classic is cancelled.” Like many of you, I received that email two days before the actual event. Nothing left to do but wait [...]

Cycling Classics

Hello, October. September recently showed us that we can go from century-topping heat to pouring rain in a matter of a few days. What do you have in store for [...]

Ride into fall

Autumn is arriving, bringing with it a gaggle of great bicycle opportunities. I mean, on Sept. 19, who wouldn’t want to dress up like a buccaneer and go out riding [...]

Promoting pedal power

Summertime, and the cycling is easy…except when it gets hot. Ride early, and don’t forget the sunscreen! From the Marin Century on Aug. 3 to the Tour de Fox on [...]
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