Tag: Road Bike Action
Technology such as heart rate monitors and power meters help us fine tune our training efforts on...Read More
This is an article on the developing world of sports nutrition. It is great to see that more products like sweet potatoes, coffee and maple syrup are making it into the ingredient list versus a ton of high fructose corn syrup....Read More
Cycling and Concussions Broken collarbones and road rash are the most common injuries in bicycle...Read More
Calais to Le Portel. 166km Today’s stage is all about the Northern coast of France. The starts from the port of Calais, which has a lot of history with England. Any proper English person knows about Calais. They often take the...Read More
Saint Quentin to Saint Quentin, 160km Today’s race started very calm given the circumstances of yesterday. Just to recap, Ag2r La Mondiale rider Stijn Vandenburg was involved in a crash that left him unconscious and heroic...Read More
For the 63rd edition of the 4 Days of Dunkerque, we left from Dunkerque en route to a town called Iwuy. Travelling through the north of France, this years edition of the race includes 4 pro tour teams: Lotto, Ag2r, FDJ, and...Read More
John Mahoney has a special story about living and thriving on a bicycle. Why you should read this article – to get a special insight into an epic journey about a regular guy, his bicycle, and thriving after cancer. And why he was inspired by Lance Armstrong, and later it became about doing for those who no longer can.
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- RBA Article – Richie Porte Interview
- HOW CYCLISTS CAN USE HEART RATE VARIABILITY (HRV) TO IMPROVE THEIR TRAINING
- RBA article – What the Pro’s Plate Really Looks Like
- A new concussion study – Clinicopathological Evaluation of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in Players of American Football
- The Brain is 60% Fat? What the FAT?