Basic Bike Cleaning & Maintenance

Like any cyclist, you want your bike to last as many years as possible after all, bikes are not cheap (especially the good ones). How often you service your bicycle depends on how much mileage you put on it every week. It is recommended that you service your bike every 150 miles or so. If […]

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Fizik R3B Road Cycling Shoes Review 2018

The new X-ALP Elevate really represents what modern mountain biking is all about. Mountain bikes have progressed and really transformed mountain biking and we needed a shoe that really kept up with the technology in the pace of innovation. The Elevate, like all of X-ALP shoes does two great things: It maintains pedal stiffness where […]

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Top 5 Sprinting Mistakes To Avoid at All Times

If you’re in too large a gear, you won’t be able to get that initial jump and acceleration needed to get up to speed as quickly as possible. Churning in excessively big gear will also mean you lose the element of surprise on your rivals, essentially opening the door to defeat. Select that gear and […]

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How To Pack Cycling Jersey Pockets Like Pros

It’s the day of your big event You’ve got yourself in shape, and your bike is primed and ready to roll. You’re fueled and you’re adequately kitted out But what do you take with you in your jersey pockets to make sure you’re prepared for nearly all eventualities? Especially here in the beautiful Dolomite where […]

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5 Cycling Descending Mistakes To Avoid Tips

Getting it wrong going up hill is bad enough, but make a mistake when descending and it could have far more serious circumstances So here’s what to avoid when the road goes down. My first time for the vast majority of the time that you’re plummeting down hill you should be looking upwards and forwards […]

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Top 5 Cycling Myths

We will talk about five cycling myths which is still running in our society. People often say that instead of taking such expensive bicycle, I should have taken motorbike or scooter by adding some more money Guys I believe that we should take any vehicle according to our purpose and not to show off and […]

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Controlling Your Front Wheel and E-Bike Handling Tips

Learning to place the front wheel can be massively handy in lots of trail situations In this video, we’re gonna look at how to and where to use the technique. The first step, what’s the technique involved when it comes to front-wheel control and placement Well, there’s two different approaches to it You can either […]

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Stats Du Tour

Every number tells a story 5,745km Longest route (1926) 2,428km Shortest route (1903) 25 Most stages. And one prologue (1987) 8 Most split stages, including three triple splits (1937) 84% Highest attrition rate (11 finishers from 69 starters in 1919) 9 Most uphill finishes (2015) 7 Most time-trials, for 342km (1989) 36km Fewest time-trial kilometres […]

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Interview Patrick Leigh Fermor

Paradise found – The tale of Mani’s most famous resident Born in London in 1915, Patrick Leigh Fermor was 18 when he set out to walk from the Hook of Holland to Istanbul. He arrived two years later, and proceeded to travel around Greece and the Balkans, where he shacked up with a Romanian princess […]

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Parlee Altum Disc Review

The rider’s ride. Parlee made a name for itself building bespoke carbon fibre frames in the US when few other brands had even heard of the black stuff. Those bikes still exist today as the cream of Parlee’s crop, but in recent years it has branched into stock models, subcontracted to the Far East, to […]

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