Category: Recommended Reading

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Everything You Could Possibly Want to Know About How Bike Gears Work

Cycling Analytics, Recommended Reading

Everything You Could Possibly Want to Know About How Bike Gears Work

On the surface, bike gears are pretty simple. There’s a big gear attached to the crank and there’s some number…Read More →

Sports Dietician Reports Increase in Cyclist Eating Disorders

Nutrition, Recommended Reading

Sports Dietician Reports Increase in Cyclist Eating Disorders

Renee McGregor, a sports dieticians, says she has seen a five-fold increase in the number of male cyclists being referred…Read More →

Athletes’ Brains are Quieter

Recommended Reading, Training

Athletes’ Brains are Quieter

The brains of athletes turn down extraneous noise to highlight more important sounds. Athletes’ brains truly are quieter, according to…Read More →

Americans Shouldn’t Have to Drive, but the Law Insists on It

Advocacy, Recommended Reading

Americans Shouldn’t Have to Drive, but the Law Insists on It

When we think about getting more people on bikes and removing cars from the roadway (because the benefits are essentially…Read More →

We Have to Change How We Talk About Drivers Hitting Cyclists

Advocacy, Recommended Reading

We Have to Change How We Talk About Drivers Hitting Cyclists

Joe Lindsey’s excellent op-ed for Outside Online is an absolute must read. Hostility toward cyclists seems to be rising. His…Read More →

Recommended Reading: The Titanic Was On Fire For Days Before The Iceberg Hit

Recommended Reading

Recommended Reading: The Titanic Was On Fire For Days Before The Iceberg Hit

A couple fascinating, fairly quick, reads for you this Monday. First off, the sinking of the Titanic might not just…Read More →

Life is Better as a Non-Zero Sum Game

Recommended Reading

Life is Better as a Non-Zero Sum Game

In game theory and economic theory, if the total gains of the participants are added up and the total losses…Read More →

Recommended Reading: What we lose by reading 100,000 words every day

Recommended Reading

Recommended Reading: What we lose by reading 100,000 words every day

Great article by Jennifer Howard, a professional writer and editor, in the Washington Post last week on how the internet…Read More →

‘Racing Bicycles’ Book Review – Cycling Explained with Art

Recommended Reading, Reviews

‘Racing Bicycles’ Book Review – Cycling Explained with Art

It’s late June, which means La Grande Boucle will soon be under way. Everyone knows that right? Well, maybe not….Read More →

How to Take Honest, High-Quality Photos with Your iPhone

Recommended Reading

How to Take Honest, High-Quality Photos with Your iPhone

During the recent Adobe 99U conference, Brooklyn-based Aundre Larrow discussed his work as a portrait photographer and the importance of…Read More →

Maybe it is Possible to Catch Up on Sleep Afterall

Recommended Reading, Training

Maybe it is Possible to Catch Up on Sleep Afterall

I sleep in late whenever I can. I don’t pull of 11 or even noon like I did as a…Read More →

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