Six Canadians confirmed for Strade Bianche

On Friday EF Pro Cycling confirmed that Michael “Rusty” Woods will be making his debut in Saturday’s Strade Bianche, bringing the Canadian content of the two WorldTour races to six riders. Woods is joined by fellow Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games selections Hugo Houle, Leah Kirchmann and Karol-Ann Canuel and Israel Start-Up Nation duo Alexander Cataford […]

Roadside PEZ: STRADE BIANCHE 2017 Mud & Dust!

Roadside PEZ: The Strade Bianche can be one of the most exciting races on the pro calendar and the 2017 edition didn’t disappoint. Our PEZ man in Italia, Alessandro Federico, was ‘Roadside’ to take in the charm of the white road Classic. ** Sign up to watch Strade Bianche–in addition to over 50 other World […]

Ronan McLaughlin Takes the Irish Everest Record!

Irish Everest Record: Last week we reported on the Canadian Everesting record, now it’s the turn of Ireland and Ronan McLaughlin. Ed Hood caught up with the man in the Emerald Isle after recorded a very good time of just over 8 hours for the 8,848 metres elevation, the fifth fastest in the World. Ronan […]

Ride London goes virtual

Share this story Last week, Ride London announced that they are going virtual for this year’s event. Of course, it won’t replicate the real deal, cycling 100 miles with thousands of other enthusiasts along closed roads and finishing on the Mall is an incredible experience. However, they are hoping that people will embrace the spirit […]

2021 Merlin Malt G2 Claris

Here at Merlin we are keen to draw a line under 2020. So, let’s crack on with 2021. The first bikes of our 2021 range have arrived and are already being shipped out to our eagerly waiting customers. So, What’s New? Our new entry level gravel bike is the Malt G2 Claris. Our whole aluminium […]

Tuscan Dust: 2020 Strade Bianche PEZ Preview

Strade Bianche Race Preview: The Tuscan race was one of the first to be cancelled due to Covid-19 and is now the first Classic on the reorganised UCI WorldTour calendar. Back on the road with the Strade Bianche PEZ Preview. Double for Alaphilippe? In its 14th year, the Strade Bianche maybe the young pup of […]

Variable vs Constant Intervals – What’s the Difference?

Not all intervals are created equal, even if the average wattage is kept similar. Making intervals that vary in intensity can make them really different from constant wattage intervals. Tough short cobbled interval for Danny Van Poppel Last month, I discussed my masochistic infatuation with the Rønnestad intervals, consisting of 13 repeats of 30 s […]

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