A Guide to Going Faster: The Cyclist’s Training Bible 5th Edition
The Cyclist Training Bible continues the exploration of the systematic approach to training. Since the 4th edition was published, much of the methodology and approach to training has changed.
126: Saddles: Snub-Nosed and Cut-Outs, Remembering a BICYCLIST Eternal, and Updates on the Pro Peloton
Jelly Belly ends sponsorship of UCI Domestic Prot Team, thoughts on the upcoming Vuelta a Espana, Dario Pegoretti’s passing, and snub-nosed and cut-out saddles.
Chasing the SoCal Vibe with the Swami’s Wednesday Morning Ride
Swami’s Wednesday Morning Ride attracts the best in the sport at foregoing worldly responsibilities so they can mix it up for a trivial sprint victory that is oh-so-prized.
24th Annual EastLake Cycle & 5K Run, and Technology & Innovation Fair
Explore majestic hills, a stunning lake and exceptional running trails along the Chula Vista Park District while participating in either the 25 Mile Road Bike Ride, the 18 Mile mountain bike ride or the 5K community run/walk. New to the event this year is a…
Castelli Introduces Their Men’s 2018 Summer Collection
Castelli introduces their most versatile range of jerseys and bib shorts for their 2018 Summer collection. With many of these products influenced and proven by Team Sky, these summer offerings have the performance to back up the good looks.
The Amgen Tour of California 2018, Coming To A California Road Near You
The Amgen Tour of California returns to the golden state for a week of World Tour racing, an exciting event for cyclists in Southern California and beyond. The stage race features both a men and women’s competition that finishes in the capital, Sacramento. Spectating the Amgen Tour of California is a great opportunity to see some of the World’s greatest athletes battle it out on the roads of our gorgeous state.
Group Ride Bucket List: Tucson Tuesdays with Fairwheel Bikes
There’s no better place out West to figure out if you’re one of the strong or weak than at the iconic Fairwheel Bikes Tuesday Group Ride, or as the locals call it – The Tuesday.
ATC: How to Pedal Like a Pro
Ever wonder why the pros are so fast? They pedal differently than you and me. World Tour professionals start applying power to their pedal stroke much earlier than the rest of us, and they also ‘power off’ much later than the rest of us do too.
Mistakes to Avoid When Riding Your First Century
In anticipation for his new book, “Your Century Ride: A Training Plan for Achieving a Road Cycling Goal” Lindsey has provided us an excerpt from his chapter entitled, Top Mistakes Made When Planning Your First Century. We recommend this book for the shelf of any cyclist who is considering this benchmark of cycling accomplishment or looking to improve their experience on their next distance adventure.
57: New Voices, Changes to the WorldTour in 2017 and PVE needs BMUFL
As usual, we start the show with announcements, news, and events. Topics include climate change, updates to the 2017 WorldTour, and Palos Verdes cyclists advocating for BMUFL signs to save lives.
It’s All In The Details For This Women’s Cycling Apparel
At the heart of Coeur Sports is the drive to make functional and flexible women’s apparel for the best athletic performance and most comfortable ride/run/swim possible. With cool innovations like a bib side zipper and a sports bra with hidden pockets, female triathletes and cyclists are obsessed with the brand.
53: Pushing Limits, MPCC, and a Conversation with Phil Gaimon
We start the show with announcements, news, and events – plus special guest Phil Gaimon. Topics for this episode include: the end of the 2016 road cycling season, possible effects of the WADA hacks, the MPCC, and the WorldTour. Phil Gaimon joins us for a phone call to talk about preparing for his inaugural gran fondo, the Malibu Gran Cookie Dough, how it feels to be back on the bike after a months break, and his thoughts on the future of cycling.
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