How To Deal With Inflammation

How To Deal With Inflammation

It’s tempting to think of inflammation as an adversary, since it causes soreness and unwanted symptoms, but it’s actually an important part of the healing process. Tissue becomes inflamed to recover from More »

Small Lezyne Pressure Drive: The Best Bicycle Pump We Test

Small Lezyne Pressure Drive: The Best Bicycle Pump We Test

Air in the tires keeps you rolling down the road. But how it gets there, and how fast you can fix a flat, is a key concern for riders on pavement or More »

Bora Argon After More Than 18 Riders Nerz Collapse Before Suffering From Headache And Dizziness

Bora Argon After More Than 18 Riders Nerz Collapse Before Suffering From Headache And Dizziness

Recently retired German rider Dominik Nerz has opened up about the problems which forced him to walk away from cycling at just 27 years of age, with the German suffering headaches, dizziness More »

The Ideal Time To Ride A Bicycle

The Ideal Time To Ride A Bicycle

All athletes need an off-season to recover from the physical and mental stress that training and racing imparts on the body. Even if you aren’t training hard, a lack of any form More »

Skunklock: Bicycle Lock Will Let The Thief To Vomit

Skunklock: Bicycle Lock Will Let The Thief To Vomit

Given enough time and tools, any bike lock can be broken. At least this one will then make the thief vomit. The Skunklock, raising funds on Indiegogo now, is a U-lock with More »

 

Find The Best Cheap Bicycle On Vacation?Go To Chiang Mai.

1/7 paul_the_seeker/Flickr Where to Ride Chiang Mai—Thailand’s second largest city (pop. 398,000), nicknamed the Rose of the North—claims the title of Thailand’s cycling capital. The 90-mile scenic mountain ride from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai, another cycling hub, is a

There Is No Positive Doping Tests The Tour De France In 2016

The announcement one week ago by the Vuelta a España organisers Unipublic that there were zero anti-doping positives in this year’s race led to some wondering why there was silence from the UCI and Tour de France organisers ASO in

Joaquim Rodriguez Makes The Final Decision To Retire, Dedicated To Bahrain – Merida Employees

Having announced his retirement after the 2016 Olympic Games but then indicating that he may continue competing in 2017 with the Bahrain Merida team, Joaquim Rodriguez has finally made the decision that he is done with professional competition. The Spaniard

Chris Froome Began 2017 Season Cadel Race And Sun Trip In Australia

Three-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome (Sky) will again begin his season in Australia, lining up at two Victorian races in early 2017. Froome will take part in the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race on Sunday January 29

Uci Insists Not Reduce Team Size In 2017

Contradicting the fait accompli announcement made by the Grand Tour organisers plus Flanders Classics on November 25, the UCI has told professional squads and other stakeholders that team sizes will not be reduced for 2017 events. Last month Tour de

Comment On: Cannondale Scalpel – Si, The Fastest Freestyle Bmx

A bike that proves all high-end rides are not the same, the Scalpel-Si might be the fastest XC bike on the planet. Cannondale’s Scalpel-Si race bike is like a supercar—so exotic it’s incompatible with standard parts and hard to work on. It is a short-travel

Ride: Singing Winter Orbike: Look For Adventure

Ode to Winter Riding It’s all about perception. Ode to the rainy days! When we’re all geared up with our comfy outer gear shell and our brain on fire from the blood surging through our system, we can conquer anything.

How To Prepare Your Best Sport Or Racing Season

It can be very tempting at this time of year to take your foot off the gas and settle into an end-of-year slumber for a few weeks. Though taking some downtime has its advantages, it’s vital to keep your fitness

Temporary Australia Nrs Agenda Released 2017: Added Four Races, The Two Came Back

After the most challenging year in the short history of Australia’s National Road Series (NRS), the domestic racing competition appears to be on track for a stronger season in 2017. In 2016, a total of five events slipped off the

Road Cycling Colombia: It Won’t Kill You (Good)

Colombia is a land of beautiful intrigue with a reputation that terrifies many would-be travelers. Our writer rode for a week through the bike-crazy country for a look at its burgeoning adventure-travel scene. photo: Hernan Acevedo/Pro Colombia HISTORY IS FRESH IN COLOMBIA. The effects