There’s a moment in a cyclist's life when, desiring to push themselves beyond their own limits, a critical choice must be made with respect to switching to clipless pedals.
One day it's 5°C, and it’s 18°C the next. Spring is the season of unpredictable temperatures and it presents quite a challenge in terms of suiting up for a bike ride.
For the past few years, gravel biking has been gaining popularity among cyclists, but lately, it's all we hear about.
Buying a bike isn’t a decision that can be made with a snap of the fingers. For some, researching product reviews, geometries, weights or brand preferences are points that greatly influence the decision without always considering the price.
Electric bikes, known as E-Bikes, are currently at the center of a global revolution in the world of transportation. All over the planet, more and more people are trading their car for an e-bike to commute to work, get their groceries, and transport their kids to kindergarten.
Gravel bikes and Cyclocross bikes are quite hard to distinguish: Both bikes share key design elements, including dropped handlebars, wheel diameter, and knobby tires. Although both Gravel and Cyclocross bikes can be used in similar riding conditions, they are optimized for their specific purpose.
Ah, bikepacking. You’ve seen it, you’ve wondered, and now you plan to try it, but where is best place to start?
If you are in the Outaouais region with your bike, I suggest you discover Gatineau Park. Easy to access, the park offers several routes for road, gravel, and mountain biking with different elevation changes. Being closed off to vehicles makes it an excellent place to ride in complete safety.
I do not want to have anything to do with the North… Why?… Because I hate the darn bugs!
"Till April's dead, change not a thread" as they say in Quebec. But when we want to enjoy the outdoors on our bike at that time of year, we must go towards the south, right?
Learn how to dial-in your bike position and avoid injuries by knowing the basic principles of height, length & angle for your saddle, handlebar, cockpit, and stem.
Let's be honest, I was puzzled by his asymmetrical look myself. I didn't understand the purpose of the suspension until I did my research. And more importantly, before I tested it!