AusCycling likely to go ahead as BMX pledges its support
Supported by The AusCycling initiative to unite Australia’s cycling disciplines is set to go ahead. At a BMX Australia (BMXA) Special General Meeting on Monday evening, six of the national body’s eight member states voted in support of AusCycling. In doing so, BMXA joined Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) in endorsing AusCycling, ensuring the initiative now has two … The post AusCycling likely to go ahead as BMX pledges its support appeared first on CyclingTips .
12 women to watch in 2020
The 2020 cycling season is already underway but the biggest and best races are still to come. So who should you keep an eye on as the season unfolds? Well, here’s a handy dandy little list for you. This isn’t just a list of road racers — it includes some mountain bikers and other incredible … The post 12 women to watch in 2020 appeared first on CyclingTips .
Don’t write Nairo Quintana off yet
The third stage of the Tour de La Provence offered some familiar scenes, albeit in a different palette: the petite form of Nairo Quintana – in red and black, rather than baby blue – launching a stinging attack off the front of a peloton. In doing so, he powered to a demonstrative stage win and … The post Don’t write Nairo Quintana off yet appeared first on CyclingTips .
Felt Bicycles reveal new 2020 AR aero disc bike
As seen in use at the Tour Down Under, Felt’s new AR aero bike has now been officially unveiled. Like every new bike launch, the company is claiming this new model is better than its predecessor in every way. Said to be faster, more comfortable and stiffer, we take a quick look at the new … The post Felt Bicycles reveal new 2020 AR aero disc bike appeared first on CyclingTips .
#RollOnBack: Victoria’s High Country needs your support
Supported by The 2019/20 bushfire season has proven devastating for many communities around Australia, with the immediate impacts compounded by a drop in tourist numbers in the aftermath. Now, Victoria’s High Country is imploring cyclists to roll back to the region. Whilst the key cycling towns of Bright, Beechworth, Mansfield, Mt Buller and Falls Creek escaped physical … The post #RollOnBack: Victoria’s High Country needs your support appeared first on CyclingTips .
A fantastically expensive cockpit and seatpost, food for the discerning bikepacker, socks and a crazily light carbon fibre pump
This week's fresh new kit is drool-worthy and practical in equal measure
2019 Mark Gunter Photographer of the Year Awards: Winners announced!
Supported by For the fourth year in a row, we've been been thrilled and moved by the entries in the Mark Gunter Photographer of the Year Awards. Today, we're excited to bring you the 2019 winners, whittled down from over 1,200 images shot by photographers in 36 countries. The post 2019 Mark Gunter Photographer of the Year Awards: Winners announced! appeared first on CyclingTips .
Top 5 BikeRadar videos of 2019 | From bumper group tests to racing a dog
From bumper-size group tests to racing a dog, 2019 was a vintage year for the BikeRadar YouTube channel
Is this the new Canyon Aeroad?
Joe Robinson 2 Jan 2020 Is Mathieu van der Poel riding an updated Aeroad in the latest Zwift advert? Mathieu van der Poel has taken the reigns from Geraint Thomas in becoming the newest face for Zwift's adverts. While that's not terribly exciting news, the bike on which he rides during the clip seemingly is. It looks as if Van der Poel is riding an updated version of the Canyon Aeroad, the German marque's headlining aero road bike, brand new for 2020. Cyclocross Magazine tweeted the video to showcase Van der Poel's new Alpecin-Fenix kit with the rider switching between road, 'cross and mountain bikes. %uD83C%uDDF3%uD83C%uDDF1 Mathieu van der Poel in the new kit of Alpecin-Fenix in a commercial for his new partner Zwift. pic.twitter.com/1xLXze9lGP — Cyclocross24.com (@cyclocross24) January 1, 2020 The giveaway from the new frame is an updated rear triangle that has done away with its chunky seat ...
VeloNews Awards 2019: Mathieu van der Poel, cyclist of the year
In 2019 Mathieu van der Poel redefined what it meant to be a successful bicycle racer, taking huge wins across road, cyclocross, and cross-country mountain biking. He is our Cyclist of the Year. Read the full article at VeloNews Awards 2019: Mathieu van der Poel, cyclist of the year on VeloNews.com .
An alloy city bike, all-mountain women’s 29er and Lezyne goodies galore: Happy New Year!
First Look Friday starts 2020 with a bang
Seb Stott’s gear of the year
Seb's favourite bikes, parts and riding from 2019
Here’s the bike tech we want to see in 2020
New drivetrains, a fanny hammock and magic tyres make the list
Alex Evans’ gear of the year 2019
Budget-friendly kit that'll make your life easier and more comfortable on the bike
5 ways to get your cycling fix this Christmas without leaving the house
Because some of us just want to kick back and relax
5 cycling podcasts to listen to while cooking Christmas dinner
Road or mountain, in-depth or lighthearted, our cycling podcasts are the perfect antidote to the Christmas madness
The best of CyclingTips in 2019: Our favourite and most successful stories
Supported by The holiday season is just around the corner and all of us here at CyclingTips are looking forward to a relaxing break. Before we sign off for the year though, we thought we’d take a look back at the year that was. Throughout 2019 we’ve published somewhere in the vicinity of 1,800 articles — that’s … The post The best of CyclingTips in 2019: Our favourite and most successful stories appeared first on CyclingTips .
A descent to transcendence
I take a long, deep breath in, loosening my grip on the handlebars a little as I do. I shake out my arms, trying to release the tension that’s been tugging at my neck and shoulders for the last little while. I’m trying to steel myself for what’s about to come. I’m descending at something … The post A descent to transcendence appeared first on CyclingTips .
Lars Boom hears the call of gravel, answers in the affirmative
Supported by Lars Boom will hang up his 25mm tubulars next year in favor of a focus on gravel and mountain bike racing, according to Wielerflits. The 2008 world cyclocross champion made the decision to return to dirt after his Roompot-Charles team folded, and though he hasn’t ruled out racing on the road in some capacity, it … The post Lars Boom hears the call of gravel, answers in the affirmative appeared first on CyclingTips .
Fast Start Races, Recovery from Training Late, Cell Signaling and More – Ask a Cycling Coach 236
How to train for races with fast starts, optimizing recovery when training late, the benefits of cell signaling from weight lifting and more will be discussed in Episode 236 of The Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast.