New Year's resolutions have a funny way of slipping our grasp. The concept has become so trite it's almost self-defeating. Fingers secretly crossed, we sometimes declare these lofty intentions with a giggle, knowing the burdensome new routines will be cast off in a few short weeks. However, there's a way to avoid these failures of … Continue reading Struggling to be Resolute? This New Year, Choose Discipline
Latitude 45 doesn't sell LeMond spin bikes. We do sell True Fitness equipment, including bikes similar to this one. I'm a regular cyclist, but not a super adventurous one. I'm not a mountain biker, and I usually don't ride after the snow flies. I've logged almost 2,500 miles this year, most of it on paved … Continue reading Indoor Cycling – A Love/Hate Relationship
Bike rides have a way of helping clear out mental cobwebs, bringing enhanced clarity. Cardiovascular exercise increases blood flow to the brain, and that fluctuation often helps me think. It also helps me not think. Lately, I can’t decide which one is better. With everything going on – and not all of it positive – … Continue reading Stress and Anxiety Got You Down? A Bike Ride Can Be Good Medicine
Having spent a good part of my career in photojournalism, I thought the colorful, fast-paced event would provide great subject matter for my lens. I was right.
Though it’s obviously not connected to anything Michigan, Indiana University’s celebrated Little 500 bicycle race is nevertheless an interesting story, especially for cycling enthusiasts. The event would’ve seen its 69th installment this weekend, had it not been for the COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s race – for the first time in its history - … Continue reading The Little 500 Bicycle Race: ‘The World’s Greatest College Weekend’