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Wednesday November 21, 2018
Nothing new under the sun? Don't you believe it when it comes to indoor training and as Ol' Man Winter extends his icy fingers over the Northern Hemisphere it is worth taking stock of the rapidly expanding inventory of indoor training aids designed to make the Tour de Basement bearable and even fun.
Tuesday November 20, 2018
Returning to Zwift after the summer ‘off season’? Here are the top things you’ve been missing out on:
Tuesday November 20, 2018
Toolbox: Mark Cavendish pioneered the super low sprinting position. Then Caleb Ewan took the trend to new “depths” by dropping even lower and farther forward. Does such an extreme position actually result in aerodynamic benefits?
Monday November 19, 2018
It was the Giro that made Austin Walsh do it - Invest so much time and money into his collection of cycling memorabilia which now threatens to overwhelm his bike shop. The Italian race started on the Emerald Isle in 2014 and Austin was so smitten by ‘The Pink Race’ that he decided to turn the bike shop, which he’s run since 1995, into a bike racing shrine.
Monday November 19, 2018
Nov 19, 2018 - Keisse and Viviani gave Deceuninck – Quick-Step an early win in the Gent '6 Days' and Van der Poel keeps winning cyclocross, plus the Shanghai criterium. Problems for Van Aert - Top Story. Lelangue talks, Alaphilippe in S. America, Alps'19, Contador on Dumoulin, 2019 team line ups, bikes for Roompot, Dimension Data, Cardoso banned and video from Gent 6.
Sunday November 18, 2018
Film Review: The Pursuit. If it was the title of heist movie, it would be about cops in pursuit of robbers. If it was a crime thriller movie, it would be about the pursuit of unraveling the mystery of whodunit. But in this case, The Pursuit is actually a double entendre: it’s a documentary about four British riders’ pursuit of glory on the boards in the team pursuit.
Saturday November 17, 2018
Gift Guide #1: It's nearly that time already; the trees will be going up and the halls will soon be decked with boughs of holly. So it is also time for the PEZ Holiday Gift Guide and in #1 we kick off with offerings from Danny Shane, Effetto Mariposa, CeramicSpeed, ELEMNT BOLT, PEdAL ED, MINT and Rapha.
Friday November 16, 2018
When a bike brand has been around for over 70 years, you don't ask "are they any good?", you ask "when can I ride one?" Italian bicycle frame builder Faggin (Say: Fah-JEEN) Accaiao DOGE road bike shows how good riding steel can be when it comes from the hands of a master builder. Here's the PezCycling first look.
Thursday November 15, 2018
Interview: The sad passing of track star Dieter Kemper put Ed Hood in contact his son, Christian who has published a biography on his father's career, in their native German tongue. Christian runs through his father's race statistics and translates part of his book, just for our enjoyment.
Thursday November 15, 2018
Nov 15, 2018 - Viviani and Keisse show off the Deceuninck kit. Mathieu van der Poel plans - Top Story. Mixed bag of EuroTrash Thursday: Three Tours for De Gendt, Vos in Koksijde, Dunne for Israel, Restrepo back home, Colom heart attack, Nibali talks to the police, ArcticRace'19, Astana changes, Vital Concept meeting and coach for LottoNL-Jumbo. Mathieu van der Poel video.
Wednesday November 14, 2018
2018 Interbike Gear Final: Northwave’s new Flat, Extreme and Ghosts, HideMyBell Computer Mount, Lezynes new Mega C / XL GPS and T wrenches and WheelBuilder.com’s Prototype Spoke Calibration by Charles Manantan
Tuesday November 13, 2018
If you want to carry on cycling through the cold winter months, it pays to get properly wrapped up; keeping your legs insulated is essential if you want to ride in comfort. Fortunately Castelli has a wide selection of the best gear to keep your legs protected from the cold, rain and wind.
Tuesday November 13, 2018
Zwift's Ride with Reason charitable initiative for the month of November. The first week centered around Adrien Costa, a rising cycling star whose career was tragically ended with an amputation following an mountaineering accident.
Tuesday November 13, 2018
The young Colombian scored lots of victories in 2018 and had a fantastic Tour de France next to his captains Thomas and Froome.
Tuesday November 13, 2018
Meet Thor Bloomfield. Thor suffers from a life-threatening disorder called Cystic Fibrosis. At the age of 40, Thor was staring death in the face. He was required to have a highly technical 9-hour lung transplant operation in order to live. After two emotional false starts, Thor had a successful transplant.
Tuesday November 13, 2018
November brings early sunsets, cold nights, lots of leaf blowing, and, for most cyclists in the northern hemisphere, the time to focus on their annual plan. Planning is excellent and critical to success, but make sure you avoid these common training plan mistakes.
Monday November 12, 2018
Interview: Much like in the US, the British domestic pro scene is going through a tough time at the moment; teams losing sponsors and races disappearing from the calendar. One of Britain's most experienced and long running team managers, John Herety, is now without a team for 2019 - Ed Hood gets the full story.
Monday November 12, 2018
Nov 12, 2018 - Another double win for Mathieu van der Poel - All the action and video from Gavere and Jaarmarktcross. Urán to start 2019 in the Colombia - Top Story. Loads of other cycling news: Top teams for the Gent '6 Day', Fuglsang plans '19, Chapter2 and Bigla, contracts, Tafi has team for Roubaix, boxing Boogerd and Dunbar video. Monday news and coffee time.
Sunday November 11, 2018
November 11 marks the end of World War I, the “War To End All Wars,” as it turned out to be inaccurately described. Throughout the world ceremonies will take place to note the end of that conflict 100 years ago, but also to remember those who died in other wars, both those serving their countries and civilians who lost their lives or suffered through the trauma.
Saturday November 10, 2018
The roads, fields and forests of France that are today the perfect picnic spot to set up camp and awaiting passage of the world's greatest cycling race, were once fields of fire where killing the enemy was the only thing that mattered. As time claims the last survivors of the Wars and rob us of their living memories, remembrance of the sacrifices of those thousands is even more important.