Posts Tagged ‘bicycle’

Wet roads are no excuse for riding like a squirrel

On my way commute work this AM I was greeted with heavy rain and lots of puddles on the road. When I say commute I mean

The bike fit, The next level of obsessiveness or just common sense cycling?

So far I have been writing about how cyclists can utilize basic tactics, hydration, climbing techniques and how to become a more efficient rider. The most

Pacing Strategies

One of my favorite topics that cover’s many concerns for both competitive and recreational riders is Pacing Strategies. When I think of pacing I think of

Tip: Rolling a hill

I was recently reminded about an older article I wrote about my experiences riding a fixed gear bike. The biggest lesson I took away from riding

Review: Custom Hand built Carbon Fiber Tubulars

If you have been racing for a while or are an avid rider you have probably seen someone riding on Carbon Fiber wheels. While I would

How tough is your favorite climb?

What makes a climb? Many cyclists and runners ask me all the time what makes a hill a hill? How do I know how to gauge

Time to make the investment in a cycling coach?

So if I hire a cycling coach what can I expect? What will the cycling coach do that I can’t do by myself? Will my performance really improve?

Tip: No one likes a squirrel

When riding or racing in groups inevitably someone is going to behave like a squirrel. So if you don’t want to be labeled a squirrel follow a few tips and you will be riding or at least looking like a seasoned cyclist.

Is it time to hire a cycling coach?

Are you thinking about hiring a cycling coach? Here are a few questions and some great offers to seal the deals. You will be riding fast and climbing stronger than ever.

Tip: Be a self sufficient cyclists

Become a self sufficient cyclists with this list of easy to follow tips.

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