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CONTRIBUTORS

Here are just some of the great contributors at Riding Feels Good. If you have interesting stories and photos to share, we’d love to see them . You cam submit your work here: https://www.ridingfeelsgood.com/submit/

Steve Hayes is freelance photographer who lives and breathes bikes and the lifestyle around them. His pictures reflect the amount of time spent around bikes and the cycling community. Riding has given Steve amazing opportunities to travel and be a part of the cycling community across the continent, and right in our own backyard of Ontario. You can find him frequenting Joyride150 in Markham, ON, and any Ontario DH event (O-Cups and toonie races alike).

Lori Steuart is a Toronto-based writer and media specialist who hails from small-town BC. She is new to both Toronto and the sport of cycling, and is a member of the film project How to Win Paris-Ancaster. Among her many interests are: science fiction, music, nerding out, and, of course, cycling.

Brock Reinhart is a downhill racing enthusiast and graphic/web design entrepreneur. He has been involved with the cycling community from a young age and played an integral part in the proposal and implementation of bike parks in Sourthern Ontario. He spent years as a professional riding instructor and trail builder. Having recently moved to North York, Brock has begun to explore his new riding area, looking for the best riding the GTA has to offer.

My name is Colin. I'm 44. I'm a father, teacher, husband, and rider. I race my Norco Revolver 9.1, or my single speed Cannondale Trail SL as often as I can. The podium is out of reach for me, but that's okay because I'm the happiest of Clydesdales (250 pounds, and that's okay too). I also write a blog (teamcolinblog.wordpress.com).

A recent ‘fatbike’ convert, I enjoy pushing my mental and physical limits in the harsh winter months. From Marathon XC Fatbike Races, to winter ‘ultra-endurance events,’ I love riding when other people are cuddled in their blanket. In the warmer months, my passion lies with long-track XC racing and gravel-grinding. Whichever bike I can throw a leg over is a good one, but it ought to be fast and comfortable. The longer I am out on two wheels, the better.

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