Yes, You Should Watch The Uae Tour This Year
It's not the cycling world's favourite race but the 2021 edition could be worth a look. The post Yes, you should watch the UAE Tour this year appeared first on CyclingTips .
The Grind: Life Time Launches Three-Day Adventure Camps
The Rideaway Experience offers gravel in Boulder and Zion, and mountain biking in Bentonville. Read the full article at The Grind: Life Time launches three-day adventure camps on VeloNews.com .
Patent Suggests Next-Gen Specialized Roubaix Could Go Full Suspension
Hidden rear shock could be the future of one of our favourite endurance road bikes
Buyer's Guide: The Best Gravel Bike Tyres
Stu Bowers 2 Mar 2021 The best gravel bike tyres for your next mixed-surface adventure There is little doubt that choosing the right tyres for the terrain and conditions – and let’s not forget that all-important tyre pressure too (we’ll come back to that later), can make or break a ride. With countless options available for gravel bikes, across two completely different wheel sizes, how do you choose which tyres are best for you? Gravel bike tyre: choices, choices You need to begin by asking yourself a few questions. Starting with: on what surfaces are you going to ride most of the time? It’s worth pointing out from the get-go that there is no one gravel tyre that can be all things to all riders and for all conditions, and so when it comes to choosing gravel tyres there is almost always likely to be a level of compromise somewhere ...
Film Review: Mark Beaumont's Around The World In 80 Days
Trevor Ward Wednesday, February 17, 2021 - 13:32 Compelling account of Mark Beaumont’s 2017 record-breaking ride around the world 5.0 / 5 £19.99 annual subscription to GCN (special price available until 28th February) Mark Beaumont is less than 72 hours from completing his record-breaking round-the-world cycle ride when he projectile vomits mid-pedal stroke. His performance manager Laura Penhaul, observing from the support vehicle behind, says: 'That’s the first time he’s done that on the whole trip and I’m just wondering why.' Her tone is calm and measured with no trace of the incipient panic of someone about to see their meticulously-crafted plans shrivel up and fall by the wayside. Penhaul has already had to deal with a lot during the previous 76 days of Beaumont’s record attempt. As well as feeding and massaging him after every four-hour stint of riding, she has monitored his vital signs with regular swab tests ...
£700 Garmin Enduro Smartwatch Looks Perfect For Serious Bikepacking
New smartwatch boasts solar charging and massive battery life
Here’S What The Disappearance Of Powertap Might Mean
SRAM has discontinued the PowerTap range. Is this the end for the hub- and pedal-based power meters or a whole new beginning? The post Here’s what the disappearance of PowerTap might mean appeared first on CyclingTips .
Strength Training And Ultra Endurance Fat Bike Racing With Art O’Connor
After more than 30 years racing bikes, professional strength coach Art O'Connor continues to push himself with new challenges. Learn how he used smart training to conquer a 21- hour race in extreme cold conditions.
Technical Faq: Dropper Post For An Aero Advantage, More On Synthetic Materials And Skin Sensitivity
Mountain bike tech could offer a UCI-legal solution to improving aero positions on road bikes; more discussion about skin sensitivity, allergies, and irritations when wearing cycling shorts. Read the full article at Technical FAQ: Dropper post for an aero advantage, more on synthetic materials and skin sensitivity on VeloNews.com .
Bike Of The Week | Bivibikes Graveller
Steel for all-day adventures
This Saw-Wheel-Equipped Bike Is Snow Joke
A man, a budget mountain bike, a frozen lake, and too much time on his hands. The post This saw-wheel-equipped bike is snow joke appeared first on CyclingTips .
Maxxis Releases All-New Semi-Slick Receptor Gravel Tyre (With Trendy Tan-Wall Options To Come)
New semi-slick tyre is designed for dry conditions and well-paved surfaces
Maxxis Receptor Is A New Gravel Tyre Featuring Mtb Tech And A Tan Sidewall
Maxxis extends its gravel range with a new semi-slick offering The post Maxxis Receptor is a new gravel tyre featuring MTB tech and a tan sidewall appeared first on CyclingTips .
Torgny Fjeldskaar Has Designed Some Of The Most Iconic Bikes Of The Past Two Decades
The role of the industrial designer is often overlooked, so we spoke to one of the best in the business for an inside glimpse into how to style a bike
A Beginner’S Guide To Choosing A Road Bike
Looking to get a new road bike in 2021? Start here. The post A beginner’s guide to choosing a road bike appeared first on CyclingTips .
Goodyear Adds New Gravel Tire Models And Sizes, Goes Deeper With Tanwall
Gravel tire collection grows from four to fourteen The post Goodyear adds new gravel tire models and sizes, goes deeper with tanwall appeared first on CyclingTips .
What Wireless Rival Etap Axs Might Mean For Sram’S Mechanical Groupsets
Spoiler: It's probably not a good omen. The post What wireless Rival eTap AXS might mean for SRAM’s mechanical groupsets appeared first on CyclingTips .
Road Bike Disc Brakes: Everything You Need To Know
What they disc brakes, how do they work, and that disc brakes vs rim brakes question answered
Mondraker’S Mind System Opens Up Suspension Telemetry To The Masses
Mondraker uses its MIND over matter in suspension setup
Reaching 4.0 W/Kg With Small Changes And Consistent Training
Casper Green raised his FTP 70 watts with TrainerRoad to train for local group rides in Houston, Texas, all while being a busy father and working a demanding job in home automation. By making small changes along the way and staying consistent with a low-volume training plan Curtis lost 35 pounds and reached 4.0 W/kg.