Category Archives: outdoors

Learning to Hang Glide

Hang gliding has come a long way since the early days. Today’s hang gliders are carefully designed, safe aircraft, and the pilots understand the air better than ever before. But what about the thrills? Well, some pilots do work up adrenalin in aerobatics or speed gliding, and in August, 2000 a hang glider pilot flew 555km for a new World […]

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Rebel Race military style obstacles – Sat July 21 2012

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When: Saturday, July 21, 2012, 9:00 AM Where: Mt. Airy Rd New Windsor, NY 12553, 380 Mt. Airy Rd New Windsor, NY 12553 , New York, NY Price: $250.00/per person Refund policy: Must give a week notice, no refund at day of event. Are you sick of the same routine every week? Unleash your inner rebel: ditch the coat and […]

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Zip Line at Hunter Mountains SkyRider Tour Sat June 23 2012

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When: Sat, June 23, 2012, 7:45 AM Where: Hunter Mountain, 64 Klein Avenue, Hunter, NY Price: $129.00/per person Refund policy: Must give a weeks notice, no refund at day of event. Longest Zip Line Tour around. Read the details and more information will follow. The price includes everything. The price includes everything the trip, transportation cost to and back from […]

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ny thrill seekers ride the challenge day 5

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Day 5 Tuesday may 28th, I got up at 5am, once again I’m writing on my blog and getting ready for my ride I will be out early this morning. Today we got in Poland Ohio, it has been a long day and pretty hard, the road was really bad and the traffic was difficult to drive in. the drives […]

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ny thrill seekers ride the challenge day 4

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Day 4 Monday may 28th, I got up at 6am, writtin on my blog and getting ready for my ride I will be out  by 8 and ride for every 20 miles and met Edwin  and tj at 20 miles marks only useing google maps for this ride. I will keep you guys with up dates every night and on facebook. […]

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Road stops for Ride the challenge bike tour

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Some of these time lines may change, depending on the weather or any road blocks. (road blocks get it! funny lol) Day 1 First stop at 35 miles Second stop and night stop 70 miles, Day 2 First stop and break 40 miles (110 miles in) Second stop and night stop 80 miles,  Day 3 First stop and break 40 […]

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Ride The Challenge From NYC to Chicago. day before the ride…

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Good morning everyone, ok, sooo…. today is Thursdays may 24th 2012 the day before the “Ride The Challenge From NYC to Chicago” I’m a little nervous and very excited about this event. This morning I got up at 5:00 took a shower and when for a small ride on my truck to relax a bit… lol. today is my day […]

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Ride The Challenge Tour 2 days before the ride

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Wed may 23rd, 2012, 2 days before the New York to Chicago bike ride with NY Thrill Seekers, I been training for this ride for the last 2 months. 5 to 6 days per week one day off, and long rides on the weekends. But I gradually moved up every week. Last night I got my new bike with my […]

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How to train for a long distance bike ride

By following a comprehensive training routine anyone who is reasonably healthy and without serious physical problems can cycle long distances. Whether you train for a century, a week-long 500-mile trip or a trek cross-country the preparation is the same. Bicycle touring is an endurance activity so you need to spend time on your bike to condition your muscles and get […]

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What to Take on a long bike ride

A question that confronts all of us before a multi day ride is, “What do I need to pack??” That question naturally  depends on where you will be riding, and for how long you will be on the road. I thought I would put together a list of gear I take for a  7 day ride, in 70 to 90 degree temperatures. […]

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