Month: September 2021

Roadside Reload: On Sunday April 8th 2012, I got a second chance for a once in a lifetime experience of chasing the most feared Monument of the year – Paris-Roubaix. And just like my ride across these hellish roads a couple days prior, this day was nothing short of ‘epic’. As I looked back through
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It was with sadness we learnt of the passing of one of the worlds best cycling coaches, Heiko Salzwedel. German media reported that he had died in Berlin on Wednesday at the age of 64. Heiko Salzwedel was born in the old East Germany in 1957. He set up the Australian Institute of Sport Road
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What we first knew as the Sufferfest training videos over 10 years ago, has evolved into a full suite of fitness and cycling based training plans, workouts and entertainment videos called SYSTM. Sufferfest founder David McQuillen took us through the new suite for a personal first look at all that SYSTM offers. In our coverage
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Paralympic cycling champion Jon-Allan Butterworth has joined GB’s Para-snowboarding team. The former RAF weapons technician, 35, from Sutton Coldfield, retired from professional cycling last year after winning gold at Rio 2016 and three silver medals at London 2012. Butterworth lost his left arm in a rocket attack in Iraq in 2007. After that, he started
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With #CXisCOMING the hashtag for many of us and the fall season arriving, it’s time to start thinking about transitioning out of peak summer cycling form. Should we think about just riding easy during this period, or including a bit of intense work? No ‘cross this year for Dr. Stephen Cranking up Summer FitnessThanks to
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