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Category: Blog

Anything that doesn’t fit the existing categories will be posted here. Feedback is highly appreciated whether it’s positive or negative. I want to improve my posts, so don’t hesitate to leave feedback!

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Visiting British Columbia, Canada

As of 2nd of January, 2018, I’m currently visiting British Columbia for the third time in my life and I’m already planning my next visit. It’s a beautiful place with lots to offer for anyone. Since I have got plenty of experience with traveling and staying here, I thought I could write a mini-guide on it. Let me know what you think!

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New blog name and other major changes

Welcome to Engineered and Geared! The blog name and domain have been changed and hopefully, you were redirected to the new domain address smoothly. Let me know what you think of the new name and look of my blog, more info in this post!

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Blog Update — October, 2017

It has been five months since I published my first post on BikeCraftNetwork. A lot has changed ever since and in the recent future, the blog will be going through a major overhaul, which includes revamping the name. More about that in the update.

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Cycling related things to do when you are Sick

Everyone gets sick sometimes and unfortunately, it stops you from doing any physical activities altogether. Luckily, there are plenty of cycling related things you can do indoors while waiting for your recovery. Here are some of my favorites.

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How to keep yourself motivated

Staying motivated is essential to success, yet it’s so easy to feel unmotivated. Maybe the weather is bad, it’s off-season, or maybe you are just not feeling like it. It happens to everyone, so here are my top tips that (hopefully) help you with keeping yourself motivated.

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Hydration Packs Versus Bottles

The debate of Bottles versus Hydration pack has been going on ever since the first hydration pack was brought out. Both of which have their ups and downs. Here’s my take on the topic.

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How I got in shape by Mountain Biking

Over the last six months, I have been able to lose over 10 kg / 22 pounds and significantly improve my stamina and endurance. It wasn’t easy and it definitely required hard work, but after going through with it I can say it was well worth it.


My Mountain Bike Archive

In this post, I will be showing you all the bikes I have owned ever since I was a child. Due to my young age the list is not very long yet, but it’s a start I guess?