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Racing Gravel in the Age of Covid-19: Encierro Velo 100k

News & Events

Racing Gravel in the Age of Covid-19: Encierro Velo 100k

The Encierro Velo 100k gravel grinder on Sunday (6/21/2020) was my first start (well second technically, but Old Man Winter got…Read More →

CBD (Cannabidiol) for Cyclists: What We Know and What We Don’t

Nutrition

CBD (Cannabidiol) for Cyclists: What We Know and What We Don’t

How is cannabidiol different from marijuana? CBD is the abbreviation for cannabidiol, the second most prevalent of the active ingredients of…Read More →

Zwift “Tour for All” Charity Event for Doctors Without Borders

Events, Virtual Cycling

Zwift “Tour for All” Charity Event for Doctors Without Borders

Today Zwift announced a new event titled “Tour for All”, a charity event to support  Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières…Read More →

Indoor Cycling as Effective as Medication in Treating Parkinson’s Disease, New Study

Training, Virtual Cycling

Indoor Cycling as Effective as Medication in Treating Parkinson’s Disease, New Study

Riding on an indoor bike three days per week appears to significantly decrease Parkinson’s symptoms for patients in the early…Read More →

Ride To Extraordinary  –  The TNGA

Adventure Cycling, Videos

Ride To Extraordinary – The TNGA

Ride To Extraordinary is a new on-demand documentary series. Season #1 focuses on the TNGA (The Trans North Georgia Adventure)….Read More →

Eating Processed Foods Linked to Shorter Life Span

Nutrition

Eating Processed Foods Linked to Shorter Life Span

Instant noodles, breakfast cereal and chicken nuggets may be delicious, but they are also associated with an earlier death. Eating…Read More →

Oregon Trail Gravel Grinder. 5 Days. 400 Miles.

Adventure Cycling, News & Events

Oregon Trail Gravel Grinder. 5 Days. 400 Miles.

This looks like an awesome event and without a doubt, the Oregon Trail Gravel Grinder has the best event website…Read More →

The Right Amount of Alcohol? None.

Training

The Right Amount of Alcohol? None.

A truly gigantic study entitled “Alcohol use and burden for 195 countries and territories, 1990–2016: a systematic analysis for the…Read More →

A Big New Diet Study Just Disproved Several Theories on Weight Loss

Nutrition

A Big New Diet Study Just Disproved Several Theories on Weight Loss

The  DIETFITS  study published today isn’t super surprising, get 600 people to eat more vegetables and less added sugar for…Read More →

Long-Term Coffee Consumption and Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

Nutrition, Training

Long-Term Coffee Consumption and Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

An interesting article regarding long-term coffee consumption and risk of cardiovascular disease was just published in Circulation. The meta-analysis, which…Read More →

Researchers May Have Found a CTE Test for Living Patients

Training, Videos

Researchers May Have Found a CTE Test for Living Patients

The only way to diagnose chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a disease caused by repeated head trauma that is prevalent in…Read More →

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