16 August 2016
If you are considering taking up cycling again, instead of buying a new bike, you should consider buying an adult tricycle. Although you may consider three wheels as the best choice for toddlers and small children, a trike can offer advantages for adults as well, particularly those over fifty. Although a racing bicycle may look trendier, that extra wheel can make all the difference for your safety and comfort. Balance
18 February 2016
If you have kids that are playing travel sports and you find yourself spending multiple weekends in hotels, you could camp instead of paying for a room every weekend you have a tournament. If you have kids that like to camp and you know you would do a lot of camping, a camping trailer is a great investment. With a camping trailer you can take all your own food for the weekend because you can easily have a fridge, microwave and grill in the trailer, and some have amenities like a television, shower and more.
30 October 2015
If you are just getting started with the hobby of bass fishing, you will most likely want to use some type of bait on the end of your line. Bait helps to attract fish to your area, making it easier to reel them in as a result. The terrain where you will be fishing will have an impact on the type of bait that will successfully lure bass to your line. Here are some tips to use for selecting the right bait depending on the composition of the water and land in the area.
11 February 2015
The sport of paddleboarding has become increasingly popular over the last few years. Originating from Hawaii, this leisurely water sport involves a person standing up on what appears to be a surfboard, using paddles to propel them through the water. You may have seen people paddleboarding at your local lake or beach, but the sport has taken off so much that it's now also being offered as an indoor sport.
16 January 2015
On the highest peaks and in the dog days of summer, the sun can be one of your biggest challenges when rock climbing. However, an easy, and surprisingly affordable way to battle the sun is with a pair of polarized sunglasses. Polarized sunglasses allow climbers to cut the glare of the sun, either directly or reflecting off of a sheer rock face, or even avoid snow blindness during an exhilarating winter climb.