Where's Linito

Where’s Linito – October 20, 2014

No one guessed that last week’s picture was taken while we were visiting friends in Greenville, SC. a couple weeks ago. We had a great time and stopped by the Saturday Market on Main St., downtown Greenville. This weeks’ pic was also taken while we were a little bit off the usual trails. Good luck to all of you! Keep checking here to see the picture of where we were.
1. Like LiNiTo Cycle on Facebook (if you haven’t already done so)
2. Every Monday, check our Facebook page to see the link to our website with our most recent posting ‘Where’s LiNiTo Cycle?’ .
3. Identify where the picture of the week was taken (hint: most of them will be taken on the trails around the western suburbs–IPP, Great Western, Salt Creek–but you never know!) You should identify the trail and nearest cross street.
4. Add a comment to the posting (not the picture) with your answer.
5. Enter as many times as you want to, but only one winner per household per month!
The first person to correctly identify where Linito was will receive the gorgeous LiNiTo Cycle t-shirt! These t-shirts are a great first layer when riding on these brisk autumn days, or for wiping the sludge off your bike after a muddy ride.We still have plenty of biking to do this season! We will continue to post pictures of our travels here and also continue to give our swell t-shirts away, so be sure to check Linito’s Facebook page every Monday and tell us where we’re at.


Some Breakfast Tips

Eating and exercise go hand in hand. When and what you eat can be important to how you feel when you exercise, whether it’s a casual workout or training for a competition.

Eating too much before you exercise can leave you feeling sluggish. Eating too little might not give you the energy to keep you feeling strong throughout your workout. Most of the energy you got from dinner the previous night is used up by morning, and your blood sugar might be low. Don’t forget to drink fluids. You need adequate fluids before, during and after exercise to help prevent dehydration.

When it comes to eating and exercise, everyone is different. So pay attention to how you feel during your workout and to your overall performance. Let your experience guide you on which pre- and post-exercise eating habits work best for you. Here’s a great article from Bicycling magazine on the importance of breakfast. Check out the table on “How to Fuel for Your Ride” for excellent tips on making wise breakfast choices. Eat, Ride, Enjoy!