With the help of the great masters we learn all the tricks and rules to improve our performance and guarantee our own safety and that of others
The lights on your bike are now smart
To stay safe and improve road cycling safety it’s always a good idea to use the lights on your bike. Even during the day.
The physiotherapist doesn’t have time but your legs need some relief? Here is how you can do it yourself.
Privacy zone on Garmin Connect
The alarm was first sounded in the United Kingdom and soon also in Italy. The simple pleasure of sharing your bike ride with your team mates can provide a perfect opportunity for bike thieves. At least, if you don’t use the “PRIVACY ZONE” on Garmin Connect.
Crankarm length is a detail cyclists should not overlook.
The advice provided by the technical literature on the length of crankarms does not always correspond to what can be put into practice in reality. It is important that science and ‘feeling’ correspond.
Bike maintenance: washing your bike - Second Part: how to do it
Bike maintenance: washing your bike - First part: what to use and why
How do you wash a road bike? How important is it to do this regularly? In the next paragraphs, we will see how to wash your bike, what to avoid and what products to use.
Knowing how to draft is as important during training as during a race.