From The Olympics To The Spring Classics, Megan Jastrab Wants It All
One of the sport's most talented prospects is mixing road and track, at least for now. The post From the Olympics to the Spring Classics, Megan Jastrab wants it all appeared first on CyclingTips .
Bikeradar Meets Podcast | World Cup Dh Pro Wyn Masters
One of the most experienced racers in the World Cup downhill paddock speaks to Rob Weaver
Horse For The Course: Jack’S 420km Two-Day Scottish Bikepacking Adventure
An unforgettable ride in an unforgettable year
Women’S Cycling Weekly, Issue 13
Welcome to this week's roundup of all the news, results, and must-reads in women's cycling The post Women’s Cycling Weekly, Issue 13 appeared first on CyclingTips .
Ex-Olympian Track Cyclist Seiko Hashimoto Appointed New Olympics Chief
The Japanese lawmaker takes over after former chief Yoshiro Mori resigned due to making sexist comments about women. Read the full article at Ex-Olympian track cyclist Seiko Hashimoto appointed new Olympics chief on VeloNews.com .
Giulio Ciccone Is Hopeful To Be Back On Track At The Tour Des Alpes Maritimes Et Du Var
The Trek-Segafredo rider wore polka dots in at the Giro, and yellow at the Tou in 2020, but then experienced setbacks. He looks to be regaining form for the current season. Read the full article at Giulio Ciccone is hopeful to be back on track at the Tour des Alpes Maritimes et du Var on VeloNews.com .
£700 Garmin Enduro Smartwatch Looks Perfect For Serious Bikepacking
New smartwatch boasts solar charging and massive battery life
A Win 10 Years In The Making: Daily News
All the latest goings-on from the world of cycling. The post A win 10 years in the making: Daily News appeared first on CyclingTips .
Women’S Cycling Weekly, Issue 12
Introducing a weekly newsletter dedicated to women's cycling The post Women’s Cycling Weekly, Issue 12 appeared first on CyclingTips .
How To Add Strength Training To A Periodized Cycling Plan
You can use the structure of your periodized cycling training plan to guide the progression of your strength training. This approach can help you reach strength specific goals without interfering with your cycling workouts.
Melbourne To Warrnambool Preview With Tim Decker
A former Powercor Melbourne to Warrnambool winner, veteran of 20 editions and coach of the Olympic track endurance team, there’s few that are closer to the legendary one-day race than Tim Decker. Decker talked us through the course, tactics and riders that will decide the ultimate winner of the 2021 Powercor Melbourne to Warrnambool with National Road Series (NRS) journalist of six years standing Jamie Finch-Penninger chiming in with his opinion.
In The Fight Against Climate Change, Should Bikes Be More Like Cars?
Can the cycling industry become more environmentally friendly, sell more bikes and encourage a circular economy? The post In the fight against climate change, should bikes be more like cars? appeared first on CyclingTips .
Hps Domestique Watt Assist Pro, The World’S Lightest E-Bike
The new HPS Domestique is an e-bike that doesn't look like an e-bike. The post HPS Domestique Watt Assist Pro, the world’s lightest e-bike appeared first on CyclingTips .
Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar Smartwatch Review
Paul Norman Friday, February 19, 2021 - 11:45 The Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar smartwatch has as much cycling functionality as a Garmin Edge, plus covers other sports and health stats too 4.5 / 5 £739.99 A bike computer is one of the pricier add-ons most riders might want to buy to get more out of their riding. But although it’s easy to use when riding, the shape and size of units like the Garmin Edge computers mean that they’re not very useful if you do anything except cycling. For other sports like running and swimming, a watch format makes a lot more sense. The Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar promises all the cycling functionality of the Edge computers in a more versatile format, as well as broader health monitoring and support for sports from triathlon to golf and skiing. There’s light-based continuous heart rate monitoring and pulse oximetry built ...
Tweets Of The Week: Fair Weather Track Riders Katie Archibald And Elinor Barker, Puncturing On The Turbo, And One Very Bored Egan Bernal
Who said trackies were fair weather riders? (Picture: Instagram/@elinorbarker) Bike racing is officially back!
Gravel Riding: The Best Of Both Worlds
Sponsored 4 Feb 2021 A little bit of everything for keen performance cyclists with a sense of adventure While you can’t beat cycling on smooth tarmac for the thrill and speed of the ride, it can feel limiting if you’re looking for more of a challenge and want to get that little bit closer to some beautiful scenery. For those who love to explore as much as they love to ride, gravel cycling can open up a new realm of possibilities, getting you off the road, onto different types of terrain and out into nature. Whether you try out some towpaths, country trails, bridleways or even some of the less-technical mountain bike routes, you can explore further afield and discover new places and experiences along the way. Your route doesn’t have to end just because the road does. The rise of gravel cycling A huge part of the appeal of ...
Ian Stannard Returns To Professional Cycling
Joe Robinson 4 Feb 2021 33-year-old signs as directeur sportif for Trinty Racing after retiring from racing in 2020 Ian Stannard has returned to professional cycling by taking on the role of directeur sportif at Continental team, Trinty Racing. The 33-year-old was forced into premature retirement from professional racing in 2020 due to an ongoing battle with rheumatoid arthritis. Clearly keen to remain within the sport, however, Stannard will now take on a role in the team car of the British-registered Trinty Racing, who will be making the step up to Continental level for 2021. 'I have been very impressed with the progression of Trinity Racing since the team’s inception in 2018. They have quickly become one of the leading development teams in Europe and I look forward to starting my new role for the coming season,' Stannard said on the announcement. 'Obviously, the road is what I know best, ...
Building Power And Raising Ftp With The Build Phase
Increase your power and raise your FTP with a Build Training Phase. Totaling eight weeks, the Build Phase's are structured to raise your FTP, improve your repeatability, and increase your work capacity. Build is also the first opportunity in a training progression to focus on the specific skills, and power capabilities demanded in your field of racing or riding.
Australia’S Remco? Rising Star Luke Plapp Impresses With National Time Trial Title
Luke Plapp is expected to fast-track in the WorldTour after team pursuit at Tokyo Games. Read the full article at Australia’s Remco? Rising star Luke Plapp impresses with national time trial title on VeloNews.com .
Saris H3 Smart Turbo Trainer And Mp1 Nfinity Platform: First Look
Cyclist magazine Tuesday, February 2, 2021 - 16:21 It's not cheap, but Saris's H3/MP1 Nfinity combo could take your indoor training to the next level From £899 The Saris H3 is right up there among the top-end smart trainers, being compatible with the big online platforms like Zwift and TrainerRoad, boasting +/-2% power accuracy, making very little noise (a claimed 59dB at 32kmh) and replicating up to 20% gradients. So the next step, says Saris (formerly known as CycleOps), is to make home training even more like riding outdoors. Which is where the Nfinity comes in. It’s a platform that you put your bike and turbo trainer on, allowing the whole setup to move in a way that feels like riding on the road for real. Conceptually this is nothing new – Kinetic has long since had the Rock and Roll turbo that moves side-to-side – but what makes the ...