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Newsletter Issue No. 1000

01/20/2022 0:03

January 20, 2022 8 Tips for Effective Winter Training By Coach John Hughes As I write this column it’s -1F. I live in the Rocky Mountains in Tabernash, CO.  I wait for it to get above 10F and then I cross-country ski.  I skied all seven days last week. I mixed up the days: a […]

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8 Tips for Effective Winter Training

01/20/2022 0:03

By Coach John Hughes As I write this column it’s -1F. I live in the Rocky Mountains in Tabernash, CO.  I wait for it to get above 10F and then I cross-country ski.  I skied all seven days last week. I mixed up the days: a couple of long skis, a couple of days working […]

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Learning to Ride Clipless Pedals Without Falling / Crashing

01/19/2022 0:02

Jim’s Tech Talk By Jim Langley If you’re thinking of buying your first clipless pedals and want to jump to my best tips on how to avoid falls and crashes, you’ll find them all in my video here. By way of introduction and to express my respect for and connection with clipless pedals, here’s some […]

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Better for Your Cycling and Psyche: Don’t Resolve Yearly, Self-Diagnose Daily

01/18/2022 0:02

By Kevin Kolodziejski Of Einstein, Insanity, and New Year’s Day Resolutions An article that alludes to New Year’s Day resolutions and appears on the 20th of January may seem 20 days late.  Actually, it’s 12 days early. That’s because it’s not about making them but breaking them. According to a survey conducted by OnePoll and cited […]

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Gaining An Inch

01/18/2022 0:02

By Martin Sigrist Takeaway: There’s a good news flip side to the adage “use it or lose it.” If you never used it, you can still gain it, even in your sixties (and maybe later on too). It’s true for VO2max, it’s true for freedom of movement and it’s true for muscle too. You may […]

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Garmin Rally RS200 and XC200 Power Pedals Review

01/18/2022 0:02

By Sheri Rosenbaum Hot Eliminates the need to buy a power meter for multiple bikes Pair with Garmin Edge cycling computer for valuable onscreen cycling dynamics data Post-ride advanced data available in Garmin Connect Provides information to position cleats in the optimum position Easy to install and swap complete pedal from bike to bike Ideal […]

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What’s the advantage of a gravel bike?

01/13/2022 0:02

QUESTION: What is the advantage of a gravel bike? I don’t get it. Don’t most people live in town? Seems overly specialized to me. – Jarad F ANSWER: The way you are phrasing your question makes me think that maybe you’re convinced that a gravel bike is ONLY good for riding on gravel roads. But […]

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Newsletter Issue No. 999

01/13/2022 0:02

January 13, 2022 Anti-Aging: Core Strength in 1 Hour a Week By Coach John Hughes No matter how long and how hard you train on your bike, as the decades pass your aerobic capacity and muscular power will inevitably decline. You can slow the rate of decline as explained in my 106 page eBook Anti-Aging: […]

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Why is there no kickstand on a road bike?

01/13/2022 0:02

QUESTION: Why is there no kickstand on a road bike? I am coming back to bicycling as an adult and was shopping for road bikes, and none of them have kickstands. When I was a kid, almost every bike had a kickstand and it was much easier to keep them in the garage. What gives? […]

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Pearl Izumi Rove Cycling Jean Quick Review – Men’s and Women’s

01/13/2022 0:02

By Sheri Rosenbaum Price: $100 Size: 2-14 (women’s); 28-38 (men’s) Fit: Slim/Straight leg Material: Mid-weight denim, Elastane cotton/nylon with stretch How Obtained:  Company sample Availability: Online and retail RBR advertiser: No Improving on the Denim Blue Jean When cycling to the store or to meet friends for coffee, sometimes you don’t want to wear Lycra. But denim […]

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