Roadcode.com has emerged as a game-changer in the world of road cycle racing, offering fans an unprecedented level of engagement and insight into their favorite riders’ performances. Developed in collaboration with Velon, the renowned company owned by top cycling teams, this innovative platform is transforming how fans experience and interact with road cycle racing.
Ben Ralston, a close friend of editor, Robert, has terminal cancer. Being an adventure seeker, we arranged for Orbea U.K. & Chevin Cycles to give Ben and his son ‘One Last Ride’ – get the tissues ready for this inspiring man
It’s hotting up outside and it’s definitely time to start looking at water bottles. Larisa and Robert take a look at the latest bottles from world leaders in hydration, Camelbak 🙂
The Metaverse already exists – especially for cyclists. How many of you guys love Zwift racing, where you meet up online, in avatar format and race against each other… often daily.
Christmas holidays have passed, and me and my family had a wonderful time. We all gorged ourselves with delicious food and drinks, pretty much of the time, spending time at the table with relatives and friends. New Year came with a fresh start (and 1-2kgs extra) and new resolutions plans for most of us.
Can a person’s worldview affect his or her longevity? Find out in this short but intriguing blog by Nadezhda – and let’s all reach 100 😉
This is a popular cycling workout that many riders utilize competing in criteriums, circuit races, or road races. It is popular among those preparing for events where the level of effort required shifts regularly- repeated surges, attacks, change in speed of the bunch, sprinting out of the corner.
Why have I so far avoided an E-Bike – I can’t answer that, because there’s no good reason, save for the simple fact that as I head into my late 50s, I want to keep as physically fit as possible. I kind of just thought that, maybe if I had an EBike I’d pedal less! How wrong I was…
You might think that riding more often will make you a better rider. Yes, it’s partially true, but if a rider spends many hours in the saddle riding inefficiently, then he spends a lot of time teaching his body to ride the wrong way.
Your main goal for any event could either be reaching the finish line, breaking your previous distance record, or qualifying for a major event. While achieving those goals is admirable and shows the fruits of months’ worth of labor, as soon as the race stops, you also need to consider how you can help your body come back stronger. For peaking at your next competition it needs to be more done just simply crashing on the sofa.