Among these blogs we learn from Christian Gittenen is that "riding a bike is a very zen experience: tires, gears, hubs, working together in harmony, propelling you forward purposefully." Mike Snazzy tells us Mountain Biking is “one of the closest ways to reach that Zen state." And Susan Alexander promotes Stationary Biking as yet another way for practicing Zen.
To achieve the essence of Nirvana, Zen cycling offers a release from dukkha, the daily grind. It yields a critical distance from the everyday world. And among the variety of such biking pursuits are cycling in the stillness of hidden paths and along open trails that calm the mind.
The 32 miles American River Bike Trail hugs the banks of the American River as it flows through riparian habitat preserved by the American River Parkway.
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