Tag: John Ingham
Primal Endurance On Gravel: A View From Anthropology
If I am on the right track, we play with returning to the ancestral scheme when riding and racing gravel over long distances. Our bodies do what they do best. We improve the odds of living healthier, longer lives.
Grit, Courage, and Openness Versus Climate Change: Can Riding Gravel Help Save Us?
“an ocean of sweat
a delta of spirit
a barn full of sparrows
about to explode into the night.”
–from Ben Weaver, “The DAMn”
Coronavirus Protection, With Notes for Gravel Riders
Coronavirus Protection, With Notes for Gravel Riders – by John Ingham Note: This post is concerned with prevention and should not be taken as a…
Toward Better Concussion Prevention
Concussions are all too common. We try to be careful, yet all of us have lapses of attention and moments of poor judgment. We wear helmets, but standard helmets and even slip-lined helmets are only partially effective. Fortunately, fatalism and stiff upper lips are no longer our only remaining options. A new cellular-lined helmet may be far better at preventing concussion.
Our Longest Ride – Update On Exercise, Diet, and Longevity
Editor’s Note: We welcome in our contributor, John Ingham, who has been researching more about how we as cyclists are helping our health, quality of…
To Cosmos and Beyond
Editor’s Note: We welcome in our contributor, John Ingham, again who explores how riding gravel promotes happiness despite the pain and suffering in his latest…
Editor’s Note: We at Riding Gravel are pleased to present another post from our contributor, John Ingham Good Vibrations- by John Ingham [adrotate group=”1″] When…
Ride Report: Heck of the North 2017
<Back to News Home | Editor’s Note: We at Riding Gravel are pleased to present another ride report. This time from our contributor, John Ingham,…