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Video: Tour Kate Courtney’s “Fitness Fortress” backyard training center

Wonder how World Champion Kate Courtney stays in shape at home? Check out her “Fitness Fortress” in this video, complete with weights, balance training, and the requisite ice bath, sauna, and...
Road Bike Brands

Top 50 Best Road Bike Brands

Urban cycling is shooting up in popularity, and has been in recent years. It is one of the greenest and healthiest ways to get around the city. More people are cycling to work now than ever before, because of...
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Restrap Bar Pack puts 10L of fully waterproof storage capacity on your handlebar

Until now, Restrap had just two handlebar bag options; a 14L Bar Bag and a 1.5L Canister Bag. The all-new Restrap Bar Pack fills the void between those two sizes with...
Gallery: A classic crescendo at the 2021 Milan-San Remo

Gallery: A classic crescendo at the 2021 Milan-San Remo

In many ways it was your typical Milan-San Remo. There was the usual slow burn over many hours, the frenzied jostling for position ahead of the Cipressa, and a short blast of explosive action on the Poggio. But it...
Classic Cycle Thursdays! – Bike Snob NYC

Classic Cycle Thursdays! – Bike Snob NYC

Today’s weather forecast had “Fuck off for a ride” written all over it, so that’s exactly what I did. Nature is very good at cleaning up after itself, and now pretty much that all that snow we got this winter...

Women’s Cycling Weekly, Issue 17

Rebecca Twigg at the 1982 world track championships. Photo: Cor Vos Hello! Welcome to Women’s Cycling Weekly issue 17 🚴‍♀️ It...
SANREMO'21: Going Long with Peroni, Menabrea, Moretti

SANREMO’21: Going Long with Peroni, Menabrea, Moretti

Lockdown Roadside: Settling in for hours of watching the 2021 pro cycling season come alive as Milan-San Remo blooms along the sparkling Ligurian coast requires more than good wifi – that’s where Peroni, Menabrea, Moretti, and other select Italian...
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Happy Birthday, Eddy Merckx !! | Castelli

One of cycling’s biggest luminary, Eddy Merckx, turns 75 today. Gelukkige verjaardag Eddy !! Merckx turned professional in 1965 with the Solo-Superia team after a successful amateur carrier winning more than 80 victories along with the 1964 World Championships Road...
Sun and tailwinds could favour the sprinters at Milan-San Remo

Sun and tailwinds could favour the sprinters at Milan-San Remo

Wout Van Aert, Julian Alaphilippe and Mathieu van der Poel are expected to light up the finale of Milan-San Remo with attacks on Poggio or even on the earlier Cipressa climb. However, expected spring-like weather and a stiff tailwind...
2021 Update – A Few Photos – My Cycling Challenge

2021 Update – A Few Photos – My Cycling Challenge

I hope everyone is doing well. I know, it’s been a while since I posted. Between COVID, winter, and a couple of other things – I’ve only ridden from home so far this year. No new...
How to Enjoy Mountain Biking All Winter Long

How to Enjoy Mountain Biking All Winter Long

Post written solely for BikeExchange by Paisley Hansen When the colder weather makes its appearance, are you sadly tucking your mountain bike away for a long winter's nap, or are you excited to ride right into the season? If you're...
Vincenzo Nibali: I knew this Giro d'Italia was always going to be difficult for me

Vincenzo Nibali: I knew this Giro d’Italia was always going to be difficult for...

After breaking his wrist in training in mid-April, Vincenzo Nibali’s biggest success of the spring was simply recovering quickly enough to start the Giro d’Italia. Ten stages in, he could hardly have expected much more than his current status...
Eenkhoorn wins Heylen Vastgoed Heistse Pijl

Eenkhoorn wins Heylen Vastgoed Heistse Pijl

Pascal Eenkhoorn (Jumbo-Visma) won Heylen Vastgoed Heistse Pijl in a three-man sprint Saturday, narrowly getting the better of Yves Lampaert (Deceuninck-QuickStep) in the finishing sprint, with Jonas Rickaert (Alpecin-Fenix) finishing third. Having placed fifth overall at the recent Tour de...
30 Best Bike Brands for 2021

30 Best Bike Brands for 2021

Cycling is popular all over the world and is regarded as one of the best outdoor activities. As a highly valued hobby, it is only natural to seek out the most convenient bike for your needs. When shopping for a...
Bilbao: Nobody deserved Giro d'Italia stage win more than Caruso

Bilbao: Nobody deserved Giro d’Italia stage win more than Caruso

Pello Bilbao (Bahrain Victorious) was a key teammate for Damiano Caruso in his gutsy long-distance attack on stage 20 of the Giro d'Italia and has expressed his pride at being able to contribute to the Italian's remarkable solo triumph...
Remove Rust From Bike

How to Remove Rust From Bike

Being a bike owner is not easy, the trouble starts from choosing the perfect bike, then buying it, and then finally maintaining it. We get it, bikes are valued possessions but over time they will show signs of wear...
Is Milano Sanremo Still the Sprinters’ Classic?

Is Milano Sanremo Still the Sprinters’ Classic?

The dark truth about being a cycling writer is that as every year rolls around, you face the prospect of writing a race preview that you’ve written many times before. And if I were to fall into...
Target Acquired – Bike Snob NYC

Target Acquired – Bike Snob NYC

Further to yesterday’s post, I mentioned in the comments that my local Target was once a velodrome: Furthermore, the subject of bike parking (or lack thereof) also came up in said comments, prompted by my recent Outside column about how...
PEZ Bookshelf: Butcher, Blacksmith, Acrobat, Sweep-The First Tour de France

PEZ Bookshelf: Butcher, Blacksmith, Acrobat, Sweep-The First Tour de France

Since 1903 the Tour de France has occupied a three week slot in July, overshadowing every other event in the cycling calendar, and making the sport, with its competitive highlight in the middle of the season, strangely unbalanced. But...
Giro d’Italia Previews of Stages 9-12

Giro d’Italia Previews of Stages 9-12

It is the end of the first week of competition at the Giro d’Italia and now we are deep into the Mezzogiorno, based on the Giro’s need to go somewhere and maybe catch some sun. Except that...

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