How the 2021 federal budget will benefit cyclists

On Monday, the 724 page federal budget was tabled by Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland. In an effort to help Canadians through the pandemic crisis, the large document includes a number of measures to support “Canada’s active recovery,” many of which will be of interest to cyclists. Adam van Koeverden, the MP for Milton, On. and […]

How To Add Skill to Your Strength Training

TOOLBOX: Last month we spoke about the importance of intent, and purposeful movement in your strength training practice, and how these should be the guiding factors, not just adding weight week to week, or more repetitions per set. This month we will focus on knowing when to progress the weights. It’s not always as black […]

Skill Training vs Strength Training

TOOLBOX: Last month we spoke about the importance of intent, and purposeful movement in your strength training practice, and how these should be the guiding factors, not just adding weight week to week, or more repetitions per set. This month we will focus on knowing when to progress the weights. It’s not always as black […]

Did Wout Really Win Amstel? The Evidence

I believe the photo finish camera was incorrectly placed during the Amstel Gold race, which lead to the longer than usual time to confirm the race winner from the photo finish. I am reaching out to a number of contacts with my evidence, but if you are able to please pass this on to Tom, […]

AMSTEL Breakdown: By A Tire’s Width

Race Breakdown: The Amstel Gold Race came down to the closest of finishes, but there was so much more to the Dutch Classic. Spencer Martin gives us his ‘Race Breakdown’ on one of the most exciting final half hour of racing this season… And that finish line decision. How close? 0.004 of a second – […]

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