Elevate Your Ride: The Upper Body’s Vital Role in Cycling Success
Cycling is a symphony of motion, where every part of your body plays a unique role in harmonising your ride. As a cyclist and yoga teacher, I’ve come to appreciate the incredible interplay between physical strength, flexibility, and mobility needed to feel truly at home…
Beat Winter: Keep Riding!
When winter hits, it’s tempting to cosy up inside, skip riding altogether or just opt for a quick turbo session. While this is entirely understandable, riding outdoors through winter (when it’s safe to do so) can have significant benefits, both mental and physical.
Riding a Fatbike – Reasons to Give It a Try
Have you been seeing more of these strange bikes with fat tyres lately? With the first snowfall, fatbike owners are getting to enjoy some really fun-looking rides again. And maybe you should too. Here are a few reasons you should consider giving fatbikes a try.
Eli Iserbyt Triumphs in Flamanville, Securing Second World Cup Cyclo-cross Series Victory
In an exhilarating sixth round of the World Cup Cyclo-cross series, Eli Iserbyt of Pauwels Sauzen-Bingoal emerged victorious at Flamanville. Battling through challenging conditions, Iserbyt showcased exceptional skill and endurance to clinch his second series victory, maintaining his lead in the overall standings.
How to Ride in Winter in a City Without Cycling Infrastructure
Cycling in winter is a challenge, even if you live in a country with excellent cycling infrastructure. However, not everyone lives in Denmark, the Netherlands or Germany. Unfortunately, many of us live in countries and cities where cycling infrastructure is nothing more than paint on…
5 Steps to Overcome Binge Eating
The holidays are getting close and the time for binge eating followed by unnecessarily restrictive diets is here. If you’re the type that has issues with compulsive eating, this article is a good starting point. It will give you the first 5 steps to take…
112th Tour de France: A Journey Through the Heart of Northern France
In a recent press briefing held in Lille, the capital of Nord, details about the 112th Tour de France were unveiled. The 2025 Grand Départ is set to showcase the beauty and strength of the Hauts-de-France region, including the Nord department and the European metropolis…
Tom Southam, Ex-Pro Road Cyclist and Now WorldTour Team DS: “You have to be constantly moving, constantly changing”
We are once again bringing you a fresh and informative podcast to listen to on your indoor trainer ride, winter commute or a slow Sunday.
Meals on Wheels: What It’s Like to Be a Team Chef
Being the son of a Norwegian road race champion and brother of a Norwegian time trial champion, you would think that Henrik Orre was destined for a life on wheels. And in a way, you would be right but not as you probably envisaged. Because…
Prep Your Road Shoes For Winter
The warm weather is behind us for now. With every degree the mercury drops, the temptation of staying home on the couch grows. You’ve only got one pair of road shoes and getting cold feet on a ride is your biggest deterrent.
How Ashes Collected on a Bike Trip to Volcanoes Helped Disadvantaged Kids
From ashes to art, from art to money. This story illustrates how unique ideas connected people from different parts of the world and, in the end, helped in a good way. Find out what happened when a sportsman teamed up with an artist.
Mastering the Cobbles – Tips and Techniques
Cobblestones can be a brutal experience when you’re not ready. The constant impact of the stone on your wheels as well as the unpredictability of the surface can be overwhelming. But with several adjustments in your body position, riding style, and focus, you will have…