2nd Annual Indoor Cycling Class!
Key Stretches for Cyclists
ActivEdge is proud to launch their 2nd annual edition of their popular winter Indoor Cycling class. WARNING – THIS IS NOT YOUR AVERAGE CYCLING CLASS! Using state of the art Wattbikes, each person will receive tailored, data driven feedback. The classes will be designed around personal power and heart rate outputs and will be looking […]
My Journey Back From Injury
Featured in Endurance Magazine- May 2017 Many U.S. cities are seeing an increase in bicycle commuters, according to a U.S. Census Bureau. From 2000 to 2013, bicycle commuting rates in bicycle friendly communities increased 105%. In addition, indoor cycling classes are one of the top group exercises in North America and around the world. More […]
Hill Training For Flatlanders
Featured in Endurance Magazine-July 2016 Dr. Chad Mather of Duke University performs almost 300 arthroscopic surgeries a year on femoral acetabular impingement (FAI). He estimates about 90% of the hip arthroscopies for FAI involve labral repair. About 3 years ago I noticed some hip pain but only after hard runs or interval training. At the […]
AE launches new Indoor Cycling class!
Featured in Endurance Magazine – May 2016 Spring is here and many of us are anxiously getting back on our road bikes and taking advantage of the beautiful weather we get this time of year. I’ve heard from several of you that this is your 3rd or 4th season […]
Bike Build for Trips for Kids and Center for Creative Studies Magnet School
ActivEdge is proud to launch a new Indoor Cycling class. Using state of the art Wattbikes, each person will receive tailored, data driven feedback. The intimate setting of this class organically creates both connection between participants and the bike as well as with instructors and co-participants. Be ready to work hard and see the results! […]
12/12/2014: ActivEdge was happy to team up with Roger Jeffs of United Therapeutics and O’Fenders bike to help purchase and build bikes for Trips for Kids and Center for Creative Studies in Durham. Trips for Kids is an non-profit organization which has “opened the world of cycling to over 127,000 at-risk youth since 1988 through […]