Disclaimer: This post is written in good-hearted fun with a heavy dose of sarcasm. Don’t take any of it seriously. Like seriously don’t.
An informative question and answer segment featuring retired World Class Italian bicycle racer, Rocco Vaselino
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Racing a crit is much more than just going around in circles…
Easily the most intimidating road racing discipline is the criterium. With the high speeds, proximity to other riders, and frequent corners, many experienced road racers get squeamish just … Keep Reading
The most important skill one can learn when on the road is the ability to roll with the punches, to make do with what you have, to improvise. When you strap everything you think you are going to need to … Keep Reading
Riding a paceline requires discipline and practice, but once mastered, it’s the most efficient way to eat miles in a group.
There’s been a lot of interest around here recently in learning how to ride a paceline correctly. I know … Keep Reading
Tips for increasing your speed and power, whether you’re a casual rider, sport rider, or racer
The majority of local riders (excluding racers who have a coach and/or a plan) tend to slog along, amassing miles, chatting with friends, and … Keep Reading
Being the strongest rider doesn’t guarantee good results. You must know what to do, what not to do, and when to do it. Here are just a few tips on how to handle various situations during a road race…
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It seems like everything is a revolution these days. Especially in the biking world. Every new color of shiny doodad that comes out is going to revolutionize the sport. This couldn’t be more true of the wheel size evolution that … Keep Reading
Can you remember that feeling of freedom? That moment when the fear of crashing to the ground was suddenly gone and the balance point of being on the bike became second nature and you pedaled away with the wind in … Keep Reading