It’s Not All About Heavier Weights

Toolbox: One of the biggest mistakes many amateur athletes (and their trainers) make, is believing that more weight on the bar, or more repetitions at a given weight means that you’re on the path to increased performance in your sport. In fact, this could not be farther from the truth. . . The Mistake Hitting […]

Tirreno & Nice: The PEZ Breakdown

Race Breakdown: This past weekend of racing treated cycling fans to some of the most exciting early-season stage racing in modern memory. The dueling week-long stage races, Tirreno-Adriatico and Paris-Nice, didn’t allow for a dull moment. Primoz Roglic looked stronger than ever at Paris-Nice until he lost overall on the final stage in fantastic fashion […]

Readers’ Rig: Lotus Supreme 1985

Today’s Readers’ Rig machine is possibly a record breaker for this column. No it’s not the fastest, not the prettiest and certainly not the lightest machine we’ve had featured. This Lotus Supreme is quite possibly the longest owned rig being bought by owner Mario way back in 1985 and ridden almost daily since. Mario’s Rig […]

The Best Breathable Cycling Masks 2021 | NAROOMASK

Every year, pollen season arrives as a force to be reckoned with. Cyclists looking forward to the paths cutting through beautiful greenery often can also look forward to the pollen that blankets those paths in yellow. In some regions, pollen season includes summer and fall as well, making 75% of the year a time for […]

Adrie van der Poel On Son Mathieu

Mathieu van der Poel has cycling success in his genes. Raymond Poulidor was his grandfather and Adrie van der Poel is his father. Adrie and Mathieu are very similar, cyclocross background and a similar look on a road bike. Adrie was at home watching his son win the Strade Bianche on TV: “If he continues […]

Winning Sprints at Le Tour – What Does it Take?

Sprinters will do all that they can to survive mountain stages for the chance for sprint stage glory. So what did it take for Marcel Kittel to win or lose sprints at Le Tour? Marcel Kittel getting over those climbs Like prizefighters, sprinters are a special breed. Like GC contenders, their entire season is built […]


Race Breakdown: Mathieu van der Poel trounced the world’s best riders across the gorgeous Tuscan landscape and blew away those who dared stay with him via a blistering attack on the climb to Piazza del Campo and entered the majestic square alone to win the fifteenth edition of Strade Bianche. The blindly beautiful green countryside […]

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