John Klopper

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49 Turmeric Recipes, the Wonder Spice Your Body Needs

Also known as the long lost Spice Girl.<p>Like ginger, turmeric, the unassuming root with color so vibrant you suddenly have an urge to hand-dye fabric, is said to be one of the world's healthiest foods—the bright orange-yellow equivalent of putting your insides through a car wash. An essential, …

Cooking

Everything You Need To Know About TV And Movies In 2016

From The X-Files to The People v. O.J. Simpson, and Captain America: Civil War to Rogue One, there are a lot of new film and television offerings to look forward to. In chronological order!<p><b>Note:</b> This list, though long, is of course not everything. There will be movies that come out of Sundance and …

Your Chamois: A User's Guide

In which we clear up a few of the misunderstood elements of padded cycling shorts<p><b>Myth</b> A chamois is little more than extra cushioning between you and your saddle. <b><br>Reality</b> Assuming you wear it correctly—i.e., without underwear—a chamois pad not only supports your sit bones, but also prevents chafing …

Cycling

This Is What Happens When You Ride Every Day

You don’t have to do a century for a ride to count. Here are five ways hopping into the saddle every day—even for short rides—makes a huge difference.<p>For most, kitting up for hours-long rides every day might seem like an unattainable dream. Clocking serious mileage on a daily basis <i>does</i> require more …

Mayo Clinic

7 Bike Maintenance Mistakes to Avoid

A pro mechanic reveals the most common problems she sees, and how to avoid them<p>We all make mistakes, but SRAM mechanic Sara Jarrell says she frequently meets cyclists who make the same common errors when it comes to bike set up and maintenance. She has wrenched for World Cup racers, led skills …

Mountain Biking

The Right Way to Close a Quick Release

The wheel-holding mechanism is closing in on 100 years of age, and we still aren’t operating it as intended<p>It’s amazing that quick releases have been holding wheels on bicycles for a century, give or take, and we still can’t use them properly. Don’t think that’s true? Trek’s recent recall of more …

Cycling