This is an incredible enhancement of this otherwise banal commercial. Still has nothing on my indoor bike though:
You do not need to be able to fold yourself into a human pretzel, but a certain amount of flexibility is important for all athletes. Cycling in particular can lead to short, tightened muscles because of the lack of range of motion. Not only is the position on the bike restricting, but you also need... Continue Reading →
‘The Wolf’s Lair’ is a 400 km bikepacking route that winds through medieval castles, alpine scenarios and ancient italian villages in the Apennines mountains. The Montanus duo traced that route in 2016, after they felt the need to explore deeper Abruzzo region to learn more about their culture and origins. Giorgio and Francesco are back... Continue Reading →
State Bicycle' Co.'s Riding Fixed, Up Mountains, With Pros has been an instant success, prompting the brand to expand its video presence with the new Freewheelin' series. If you've never seen "Riding Fixed" the concept is simple– State Bicycle Co wanted to get to know their favorite Pro cyclists. What better way to conduct a... Continue Reading →
Everyone out there is bending over backwards for this bike. NGL, this looks like a very lazy attempt to throw their hat into the gravel arena while the getting is good with very little effort. Like a dirt jumper but with bars useless for jumps. I just don't get it. This video is fun though.
Tour de France rivals Andy Schleck and Alberto Contador reignited their decade old rivalry once again in a push bike race in Shanghai. It's essentially a play by play of their 2010 Tour stage up the Tourmalet. https://www.instagram.com/p/B5xENlPqew1/?utm_source=ig_embed Here’s that stage 17 assault on the Tourmalet. Although Schleck was dropped here, he was later named... Continue Reading →
These guys are pretty rad. Will Cadham and Mark Taylor (the “Free Radicals”), are nomads on a trail riding—and trail building—mission.
Onboard is a film four years in the making, documenting the incredible Transcontinental Race, the definitive self-supported bicycle race across Europe. « At the sharp end it is a beautifully hard bicycle race, simple in design but complex in execution. » But the Transcontinental Race is rarely a race against fellow competitors, nor against oneself. It... Continue Reading →
The fifth edition of the Rando Imperator, a European Randonnée from Germany to Italy, will take place May 9th and 10th of 2020. The event is part of the Italian Audax calendar and offers three courses: Munich-Ferrara (600km), Munich-Bozen (300km), Bozen-Ferrara (300km) and Bozen-Mantua (200km). More information and registration at Rando Imperator -->
The Veneto Trail covers 450 kilometers with over 10,000 meters of elevation. Not only does it look like a hell of a ride, the views of the Dolomites look incredible as well. Try your hand June 27th, 2020. A trip of your lifetime - experience Europe's most spectacular mountain range on peerless trails: the Dolomites... Continue Reading →