Would you be surprised if I’d say one of my favorite places to ride is virtually? Of course, I enjoy riding outside and exploring, but indoor has its advantage.
Personal trainer by profession, Guillaume is ready to take on all types of challenges. Formerly a Downhill rider, he now focuses on triathlons as a personal goal. He has truly dabbled in every type of cycling possible. A videographer and vanlife builder in his spare time, Guillaume is the ultimate role model for improving your physical and cycling performance.
He's the type of person you follow on Instagram and think, “WOW, how does he do it?” Day or night riding is no problem for him, as long as he finds ice cream pitstops along the way to refuel. Henri will complete one of the biggest challenges of his life this year; cycling across Canada in less than 30 days. We're telling you right now, not following Henri and his adventures is clearly missing out on a source of motivation for your 2022 season.
For some, it may seem like a vacation, but for others, training camps are very serious. For competitive cyclists, or even for those who want to start the season strong, training camps aren’t a game.
My passion for TT only developed recently even though I have been doing triathlon for several years. The first thing you realize from riding a TT bike is the speed you can reach for the same effort compared to a road bike.
Before a race, eating the right foods to fuel your body is very important. Here are some tips on what to eat before, during and after a cycling competition.
Buying a mountain bike for the first time is daunting. Read this beginner’s guide on how to choose a cross-country, trail, all-mountain, enduro, downhill or fatbike.
Buying a bike might seem like a simple task, but there are plenty of things to consider to zero-in on the perfect bike for you. Different bikes are designed for different purposes and the price should not be the only deciding factor.
Many people find it hard to differentiate triathlon and time trial bikes as they look similar when put side by side. Both these bikes share a lot of traits and have a similar design, including aero bars and a slender frame for aerodynamic efficiency.
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.
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.