By Sheri Rosenbaum Hot Extremely comfortable and seamless toe means no chafingImproved circulation, less fatigue and better power transferFirm hold across the foot, ankle and lower legFull range of motion, yet very supportiveMoisture wicking and breathable – feet don’t get hotMedical grade compression design for better blood flow Not Hang … [Read more...] about M20 Industries Shield Crew Cycling Socks Review
By Stan Purdum For most cyclists in these anxious days, riding solo is the choice that best fits the stay-at-home guidelines currently in place in most states. Those rules generally permit outside exercise, but with the stipulation that we all stay at least six feet apart. (The only exception is if you are cycling with another member of your household.) … [Read more...] about Bicycle Solitaire
By Coach John Hughes Many of you made very helpful comments on Part 1 last week — I’m super pleased at the interest in rider safety! Fellow roadies comments: It’s no good that I am right if I am also dead — Monica: I am the most defensive rider out there. My philosophy is never ever ride in front of a stopped vehicle until I make eye contact with the driver. Never … [Read more...] about Vehicular Cycling: Tips for Safer Cycling, Part 2
Jim’s Tech Talk By Jim Langley Thanks everyone for the interesting, helpful and even funny feedback on last week’s story about finding and shutting up a hard-to-find ticking noise. “Jack’s” comment was the one that made me smile. He wrote, “Once I noticed a click every pedal revolution over multiple rides but could not replicate it in the stand. It was my knee! What a … [Read more...] about Silencing Seatposts
Most riders can corner competently when they have only one bend to think about. But when corners come quickly, one after another as they might on a curvy country road or descent, you need rhythm and planning to stay smooth and in control. Next time you're riding on a twisty road, work on these skills: … [Read more...] about Quick Tip: Slalom through consecutive corners!