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Rondo Bikes

Rondo Bikes

You may not think of Poland when you think of bikes to be coveted, but the Rondo bikes will change your tune. Designed by people who live bikes, for people who loves bikes, the Rondo series of drop bar bikes will take you far and long on paved roads or across the unpaved unknown – as their website states, “The future is beyond tarmac.”

June 04, 2019 by The Cyclist
Gravel Bikes

Gravel Bikes

What started as a niche segment of cycling has, in the past few years, become a part of cycling vocabulary – gravel bikes. Known as all-road bikes, or adventure bikes, or myriad other names, these bikes, styled to resemble your fairly standard drop-bar road bike, are not at all your typical road machine. 

May 09, 2019 by The Cyclist
How to prevent saddle sore

How to prevent saddle sore

No matter how long you have been riding, you have probably heard people talk about their butts being sore. From minor bruising to full-on abrasions, saddle sores make riding miserable. To help alleviate a sore bum there are a few things you should try.
August 27, 2018 by The Cyclist
Sportful

Sportful

The Cyclist is excited to be offering cycling goods from Italian maker Sportful. Sportful comes from a somewhat unique background. In the 1940’s, Olindo & Irma Cremonese moved to the Dolomites in Italy and began to build a business with wool. They raised, sheared, carded, and spun their own wool, selling it to Italian clothiers, and eventually began to knit underwear in the 1960’s. 
July 05, 2018 by The Cyclist
Team Sky – Riding to Prove Themselves

Team Sky – Riding to Prove Themselves

As with so many cycling stories, Team Sky’s story develops as a Cinderella meets the big bad wolf fairy tale. Formed in 2010, it set about with its aim to put the first British rider on the top step of the Tour de France podium within 5 years. It was clinched by Bradley Wiggins in 2012 and successfully repeated in 2013, 2015, 2016, and 2017 by Chris Froome. In 2017, he also won the Vuelta a Espana making Team Sky one of the most successful teams in cycling. 
June 03, 2018 by The Cyclist
Staying Dry in Unpredictable Weather

Staying Dry in Unpredictable Weather

It seems like winter keep creeping back into a few parts of the continent this year, but don’t let Mother Nature’s indecision deter you from getting outside on two wheels. Wet weather isn’t any reason to stay indoors; it just requires a little extra effort in getting dressed to keep yourself warm and dry.
May 20, 2018 by The Cyclist
Get Into The Season with Steady Base Miles

Get Into The Season with Steady Base Miles

With warmer weather slowly creeping into sight, you undoubtedly are getting excited to get out on the road and begin pedaling with a fury. But wait! Even though you may be tempted to give every workout your all, remember that long slow distance (also known as LSD or base training) is just as important as speed work.  Base training is the foundation upon which all of your cycling fitness rests. 
May 09, 2018 by The Cyclist
Weight Training to Effectively Increase Your Power to Weight Ratio

Weight Training to Effectively Increase Your Power to Weight Ratio

It’s more than likely that you’ve noticed the lean physiques of professional cyclists. But, did it occur to you that that isn’t just the product of a lean diet and riding? Most professional cyclists use weight training as an integral part of their training plans to increase their power to weight ratio. 
February 18, 2018 by The Cyclist
Winter Layering - Tips on how to layer up for the season

Winter Layering - Tips on how to layer up for the season

Unfortunately “shoulder season” doesn’t refer to that time of year when the weather permits bare shoulders. For athletes, it signals that period when dressing for the weather becomes well, difficult.
November 02, 2017 by The Cyclist
Make A Plan

Make A Plan

The words “training plan” often strike a note when heard by non-professional cyclists. Scheduled workouts, planned mileage … at first glance it seems to take the fun out of riding. Furthermore, there is long slow distance, cross-training, intervals workouts, hill repeats and periodization; the mere variety of training plans found online can be confusing.
September 19, 2017 by The Cyclist