When we first met Larry Roofner, he’d quit his executive job to pursue his passion for woodworking following a heart attack, calling it the best time of his life. Then he nearly lost his life in a cycling accident. Find out how he’s battled back.
John Suscovich is leaving behind his job with Howard Stern to spend the next two years cycling around the world with his wife, visiting craft breweries and organic farms. He says he’s simply spreading retirement out over his entire life.
Looking for a fun way to get fitter faster? Hop on a bike! Fitness expert Selene Yeager has tips for picking out a bike and helping you get on the road to riding your way lean.
Andy was born with fetal alcohol syndrome 40 years ago. His adoptive and loving parents have always encouraged him to get involved in life and he has. He has a job and gets all around town on his beloved bicycle. So, imagine his despair when it was stolen
How far would you go to make a difference? Would you ride a bike 100,000 miles over 10 years? That’s what Glenn Fenster has done to shine a light on a disease that affects his son and hundreds of thousands other Americans.
A horrific wreck in a bicycle race at the age of 64 nearly ended Sandy Scott’s life. It was at least expected to end his cycling career. Not only did he recover, he’s rewriting the record books!
What do a 92-year-old man and his 56-year-old Schwinn have in common? They’re both still racing down the road!
We all know the little old lady that lived in a shoe, but Georgia Kleinhenz is known as the Legendary Little Old Lady on a Bike. She got her name because of how many six-day bicycle tours she’s done. Can you say 28?
A few short months after battling thyroid cancer, Marc Jarkow grabbed his bicyle and took off for Paris to compete in a 750-mile race.
At 77 years old, Paul Nadeau bicycled across 10 states for 66 days.