Diane Travis, 66, is a world and national champion in duathlons, a division of USA Triathlon. She’s one of the country’s most accomplished masters athletes and is active in her hometown, Clermont, FL.
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When people ask us who embodies the true spirit of Growing Bolder, we typically point to one person — Sandy Scott. See how this champion cyclist keeps getting faster as he ages and why he thinks you should be exercising, too.
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.
This 72-year-old beauty queen and author explains why she’s taken two cross-country bicycle trips, despite not being a seasoned cyclist.
Why is triathlon one of the fastest growing sports in the U.S.? And why is the 40-plus crowd the fastest-growing segment? It’s the Growing Bolder spirit.
For many breaking a bone in their body means no more physical activity. For Neil Gussman, who broke bones in his neck, ribs and numerous others in a biking accident, it meant coming back with a vengeance.
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?
Like many fathers, Glenn Fenster wants the best for his son, Nyle. But unlike many fathers, he’s embarking on an 8,000-mile bike ride dedicated to his 14-year-old boy.
Pat and Cat Patterson aren’t your ordinary couple. Emerging from divorces and financial stress, the two met and decided to rebuild their lives together and did so as they bike across four continents and 57 countries in four years!
Glenn Fenster took a 7,000-mile bike ride to raise awareness about a disorder afflicting his son.
Champion cyclist Sandy Scott has done the unthinkable — overcome a broken neck to start competing again
At 77 years old, Paul Nadeau bicycled across 10 states for 66 days.