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Coolest News from the World of Cycling

By Martin Mrazek

Another Monday is here and our news from the world of cycling with it! So, what did you miss?

Frýbortová wins bronze!

After taking home silver from the 2015 UCI Indoor Cycling World Championships, Nicole has won yet another medal. This year it was bronze, and we couldn’t be more proud of her. Check out the best moments from the competition in the video above and don’t forget to Dream Big!

Cycling gifts


Christmas time is coming up, and we’re sure you’re still at least one gift short. Check out our selection of cycling gifts and give one to yourself. You deserve it!

Utah’s insane King Kong MTB trail

Darren Berrecloth took advantage of the moon being closest to the Earth since 1948 on November 14 and took his bike to one of Utah’s most technically demanding trails. He rode it in the dark, using only a headlamp. Check out the result in the video below!


“While riding with a friend on the steep little farm roads that wind their way along the flanks of the Dolomites, I wondered if it would be possible to do 5000 meters (or more) of climbing on all the little roads in less than 100k,” Jered Gruber describes the beginning of #YOLOmites5000.

It’s definitely not for everyone, and if you can’t stand the idea of walking your bike for a while or getting a little bit muddy, you should look elsewhere. But if you’re the kind of rider who doesn’t mind some steep gravel descents, you’re in for a treat.


Have squirrels declared war on cyclists?

Cute harmless nut-harvesting little creatures with big beady eyes and fluffy tails? Don’t be so sure. Just have a look at the picture below. It seems this squirrel really doesn’t like cyclists. Read the most popular story of last week HERE.