Monday, June 11, 2012

It's time to RIDE!!!

heading to Castine on Rt. 175 (Photo GPB)
When on their deathbed has anyone ever said.."I wish I'd pedaled more?"......probably.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Looking to fancy up your ride this season?  Check out Velo Ink

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Monday, April 23, 2012




Tuesday, April 10, 2012

2012 Club Clothing order

If you are interested in ordering club clothing this year, here is a run down of what we will be offering:

Short sleeve jerseys - $43
Shorts - $52
Bib Shorts - $62

Limited Edition Belfast jersey in Green to support the MJFF and team Tyler Brown  -$53

The sizes are as follows:

XS through XXL

XS through XXL

The jersey styles/fits are as follows - applies to both men's and women's jerseys:

Race Cut - form fitting trim fit
Sport Cut - slightly more generous fit
Club Cut - roomy fit

**Women's jerseys come in a women's specific cut in any of the 3 options listed above.

Zipper options - 3/4 or Full zip

Sleeve style - Raglan

Jersey fabric - Cosmos

This year we will be offering the option to order the Belfast "logo" jersey style as shown below:

Inline image 1

New this year and also subject to demand (must have at least 10 to order) - Belfast jerseys in a different color!! New color TBD, but most likely a shade of green for this year. These limited edition jerseys will cost $53 versus the standard $43. The extra $10 will go to support the New England Parkinson's Ride in Old Orchard Beach this year. Details on the limited edition jersey will be announced soon and made available on the online order form.

We are going with a new supplier this year - V-Gear, check out their website, let me know if you have any questions.

We are still finalizing the details with V-Gear so the order form is not yet available, but it will be soon on the club blog just like last year. To order, you must be a club member and current on your 2012 dues.

Stay tuned!!

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Foam Roller Fun

A foam roller clinic will be hosted by Bill Armstrong at his 39 Main St. facility on February 14th, 6:00 pm.

The keys to longevity and quality of life are nutrition, posture, length, and strength. The use of a foam roller supports the latter 3 - working with movement with the goal of elasticity facilitated with postural core and peripheral strength. For pre workout, recovery, and maintenance, rolling is an efficient and effective method promoting wellness and improving performance potential. (For nutritional guidance par excellence, contact John Bagnulo at and 338-3514).
"On A Roll" is an instructional clinic in the use of a foam roller from head to toe. Handouts will be provided and the emphasis will be hands on. Participants will leave with theoretical and functional knowledge and skills. Wear comfortable but close fitting clothing; tie long hair up and out of the way. A limited number or rollers will be available for use in the clinic; please bring your own if possible. They may be purchased at Home Supply in Belfast, may be available at Job Lot, also in Belfast, and from Perform Purchase the dense dark foam version, not the soft white model.
The clinic will be led by Bill Armstrong of Sports and Orthopedic Massage and Functional Integrated Fitness of Belfast. Bill has been in practice since 1988 and has used the foam roller as an integral tool in facilitating functional movement for hundreds of clients. In addition,he is a life long cyclist, cycle tourist, and time trial rider.
The clinic is free to members of the Belfast Bicycle Club and their guests.