Month: December 2021

The New Year is upon us again and for many that means New Year Resolutions and then a week later breaking them. Today best selling author and keen cyclist Bob Selden gives us his tips on how to make resolutions and more importantly – how to keep them! By Bob Selden Having reached the 70
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Heading into cooler weather means that it’s critical to keep your head and neck warm—but sweat-free—while you ride. It’s tempting to just grab your beanie from running or skiing to cram under your helmet, but try it once you know that’s not the ideal solution. Wearing a cap while also wearing a properly fitted helmet
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Italian weight weenie manufacturer Carbon-Ti have expanded their multi-material carbon, titanium & aluminum X-Carboring EVO chainrings with improved stiffness and more sizes to upgrade any modern 11 or 12-speed road drivetrain. Now available to fit new Dura-Ace & Ultegra 12 cranksets, Carbon-Ti also adds new 110BCD rings for riders with other lightweight cranks & power
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If you love cycling, then you may have come to love many of the behaviors, habits, and goals that come along with enjoying and improving in the sport. Better. Optimal. Perfect? Is that drive always the best thing for performance or happiness? Searching for perfection Sprint drills. Cadence work. Hills. Periodized training. Calories. Hydration. Recovery.
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