- June 1st, 2014
Now that it’s officially summertime and the livin’ is easy, step outside your normal routine and explore all that your neck of the woods—or city—has to offer. Although we all engage in plenty of fun summer activities every year, we encourage you to try something new: something you’ve never done before, while keeping budget and convenience in mind.
- May 1st, 2014
Late spring and early summer can be a magical time. School will soon be out for summer and everything about the world around is primed for enjoyment: The grass is green, the sun is warm, the days are long, and there are trails to be hiked and wildlife to be watched.
- June 1st, 2012
Summer is finally here, and the warm weather invites you to venture out and explore the outdoors. While lazy days by the water might appeal to your inner beach bum, integrating some physical activity while you’re away can make you feel good inside and out.Explore these bike-friendly destinations for a summer getaway full of fun and fitness.By Cara Lucas, Brooke Holmgren, and Amy Vergin
- May 10th, 2012
Natural Solutions spoke with Brandon Wells, a worker-owner at the Hub Bicycle Co-operative in Minneapolis, Minnesota, as part of the "Breaking Away" summer bicycle feature. A popular and truly unique shop built upon community involvement, the Hub has become a fixture in the Minneapolis biking community.An interview with Brandon Wells from the Hub Bicycle Co-OperativeInterview by Brooke Holmgren
- July 1st, 2011
Nowadays, numerous cycle-friendly cities have adapted their roads to support the bicycle community. Opportunities to ride your bike to work or to venture out for a weekend jaunt are more present than ever.
Why not take advantage of them?
- March 1st, 2008
After a long, pavement- pounding summer of tennis and 8-mile runs, I was tired and running out of cartilage. I wanted to find a balanced exercise regime to match my high-octane personality, one that didn’t involve sleeping next to a sexy bottle of ibuprofen.
One day, while pretending to be busy at work, I saw an email from my sister.
One man finds a hard-core workout that's soft on the knees.By Jay Clark