By Coach John Hughes I wrote a recent column on My 92-Year-Old Hero: What We Can Learn. I’m living with Rick helping him to recover from a fall. … [Read more...] about More Lessons from My 92-Year-Old Hero
Jim’s Tech Talk By Jim Langley Since flat tires are the most common bicycle repair, we’re following up today with a look at some more tubeless tire repair kits. A couple were recommended by you in the comments to our last Tech Talk, which you can read here: Product Review: Dynaplug’s Impressive Carbon Racer & Road Air Tubeless Tire Repair Kits. And there was an … [Read more...] about More on Tubeless Tire Repair Kits
By Coach Robert Wilhite Talk about opening up a can of worms. Well, the subject of having float or not in your cleat system, is one sure to stir up the can. For someone who has no interest in being politically correct, my motivation is always to tell the truth with respect. That said, no matter what perspective on float you have chosen to accept or believe, my hope is that … [Read more...] about Should You Be Using Zero Float Cycling Cleats?
By Sheri Rosenbaum I always love when a single piece of gear can be leveraged for multiple uses. The Showers Pass Cross Country Shorts (available in men’s or women’s versions) provide style, function and comfort both on and off the bike. These shorts have a 10” inseam for the women’s version (11.5” for the men’s) and comes without a pad. Thus, lending itself to being … [Read more...] about Showers Pass Women’s and Men’s Cross Country Cycling Shorts Review
QUESTION: How much does sleep affect my ability to ride and recover? I have a busy schedule and rarely get more than 6 hours a night. Do I need more? -- Sarah M. RBR ANSWER: Different people need different amounts of sleep in order to recover from the routine activities of daily life. If you're also training or even riding recreationally, you'll almost certainly need to … [Read more...] about How Much Sleep Do I Need?