Strava Launches Gorgeous New Outdoor Maps

Maps designed by athletes, for athletes Strava just launched new maps with stunning cartography. The new mapping capabilities give finer on-screen details for cyclists and runners. Working with Mapbox, specialists in custom map design, the popular trainer app has introduced a wave of new features like elevation contour lines, trail names and improved route tracking.... Continue Reading →

GFNY Santa Fe Race Report

After a great weekend in Santa Fe, I'm back in Denver with a quick race report from the inaugural GFNY Santa Fe. After many years of rapid expansion overseas, GFNY had its first event in the US to go alongside the New York City championship. The 75 mile Long course in Santa Fe, with 7,150... Continue Reading →

The New Rules of Cycling by Phil Gaimon

Time for some new cycling rules, or not really as these should just be givens. Phil Gaimon lays out cycling's unofficial rulebook, detailing his own New Rules of Cycling, dubbed Philuminati. Nice reference to Velominati. I've always taken issue with Velominati, apparently Gaimon has as well. The Rule, if you somehow didn't get bombarded with... Continue Reading →

2019 Tour of Flanders Recap

Italian Alberto Bettiol, 25, stuns Flanders favorites and scores EF's biggest victory in years. A big day for Italian cycling The Tour of Flanders offered up a big day for Italian cycling fans. First, Maria Basianelli put the end cap on a fantastic spring by winning the women's race, then Alberto Bettiol stunned everyone with... Continue Reading →

2019 Milan-San Remo Recap

The first of the five 2019 Monuments took place in Italy on Saturday at Milan – San Remo. The “sprinters’ classic” saw Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain – Merida) escape on the Poggio and ride solo to the finish last year, avoiding a sprint. The big question for 2019, would the race end in a sprint once again?... Continue Reading →

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