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Save Your Life: The Importance of Wearing a Bicycle Helmet

Cycling is a wonderful form of exercise, transportation, and an enjoyable recreational activity. However, it’s crucial to prioritize safety while cycling, and one of the most essential safety measures is wearing a bicycle helmet. Despite its importance, many cyclists still choose not to wear helmets, often underestimating the potential risks involved. This article aims to shed light on the significance of wearing a helmet while riding, supported by actual studies and scientific data.

Genesis Canada Mammoth Fat Bicycle from Cycle Babac and Circuit Cycle & Sports, Millet, Alberta

Genesis Bicycles, not all are Created Equal

Canadian Genesis bikes are a breed all their own. There seems to be a bit of confusion regarding the Canadian brand of Genesis Bicycles. How about we clear this up? First bit of information to get past is the fact that we see bicycles branded as Genesis in Canada, the USA and in England. While…
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Circuit Cycle & Sports expands services with new location

On December 1st, 2022, Circuit Cycle & Sports in Millet, Alberta, scheduled their doors closed in preparation for a move. “We are growing and in order to better service our market, more floor space, and a larger tech room is required.” stated Brian Hahn, Owner and Operator. Since Circuit Cycle & Sports opened in 2015,…
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Circuit Cycle acquires the remaining inventory of Bravo 7 Cycle

In an effort to beat the supply chain challenges from the pandemic of the last three years, Circuit Cycle & Sports in Millet has acquired the remaining inventory from Bravo 7 Cycle in Summerland, BC.

Winter Cycling

Destination Canmore: Winter Cycling at its best

You may treasure that bike that you find good for winter cycling. Perhaps its your trusty mountain bike with 2.25” inch tires, or that trusty hybrid with mean knobby tires. Maybe you have invested a bit of green to experience the canvas of white that Alberta is famous for and bought a “Fat Bike”. What…
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Photographer Shipler Commercial Photographers; Shipler, Harry Copyright claimed by Utah State Historical Society. Publication status uncertain, so licensed as fair use.

Cycling History: Predictions from 1893

(CCN) Prognostication is in the eye of the beholder, or at least is how one author saw the future of cycling history in 1893. Recently I came across an issue of “Bicycle” written by W.N. Robertson on Archive.org. A curious booklet published in 1894, containing all sorts of cycling primers, tips on riding and the latest gear.…
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Spongy Wonder: Bicycle Seat Design is Key to a Healthy Ride

(CCN) So you have been riding your bike for most of your life. You are now encroaching middle age, and you love to ride, but find yourself with a sore saddle. Worse, is that after you have ridden for fifteen to twenty minutes, your buttock gets numb. You find yourself wanting to stand up on…
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