Jim’s Tech Talk By Jim Langley Today’s DIY upgrade to your indoor riding comes courtesy of Brian Nystrom who read Sheri Rosenbaum's review of the Elite Sterzo steering device for smart indoor trainers: https://www.roadbikerider.com/elite-sterzo-smart-steering-zwift-review/. … [Read more...] about Outside the Box Tip: Homemade Trainer Steering Hack
Showers Pass Cloudburst Packable Rain Jacket (Men’s and Women’s Versions)
By Sheri Rosenbaum Hot New eliteAIR™ fabric technology is waterproof and has a 43K breathability ratingSoft, flexible fabric has a 4-way stretch for freedom of movementTailored fit reduces flapping in the windLarge core zippered vents for excellent ventilation and double as pocketsPlenty of storage including two mesh internal pockets and a rear zipper security … [Read more...] about Showers Pass Cloudburst Packable Rain Jacket (Men’s and Women’s Versions)
Rockay Ignite Cycling Socks: Quick Review
By Sheri Rosenbaum Rockay Price: $21.95 Colors: White, White/Light Grey, Black, Silver, Black/Green Size: S-XL A while back Lars reviewed Rockay’s Razer Trail crew socks and when the company approached RBR to review their Ignite Cycling socks, he encouraged me to try them. He had given the Razer a 5 out of 5 rating, which piqued my interest. … [Read more...] about Rockay Ignite Cycling Socks: Quick Review
Can You Exercise Too Much?
By Gabe Mirkin, M.D. A recent study used accelerometers to measure the physical activity of more than 90,000 healthy people for seven days in 2015, and then followed them to 2020. The more and harder they exercised, the less likely they were to suffer heart disease (PLOS Medicine, January 12, 2021). There was no maximum amount of exercise that increased risk for heart … [Read more...] about Can You Exercise Too Much?
Counting Calories: Imprecise Yet Effective
By Kevin Kolodziejski I bet that ancient Greek Sisyphus had killer quads, hellacious hamstrings, and the power-to-weight ratio of a cycling pro. If Zeus forced you to roll a boulder up a hill in Hades for eternity, I bet you would too. As a result of this punishment, we use Sisyphean to describe a task that seems endless and futile. It’s the word one well-read … [Read more...] about Counting Calories: Imprecise Yet Effective