By Coach John Hughes Elizabeth Wicks is an endurance rider. In 2019 she rode 7500 miles. That's a good year for any rider ... and she turned 75 that year! You can read about her 7500-mile year and the obstacles she had to overcome here. … [Read more...] about How a 77-year-old Woman Does Sweet Spot Training
Charge Comfort Ebike: $1,699. by Lars Hundley Charge Bikes contacted me and offered to temporarily lend me one of their ebikes for review. I chose the Comfort model, because it's a "one size fits most" type of bicycle that both my wife and I could share. Charge also makes a City model in multiple sizes that's a hybrid style bike with the same 250 watt hub motor and … [Read more...] about Charge Comfort Ebike Review
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Jim’s Tech Talk By Jim Langley Proper tire inflation is all important for a comfortable ride and pinch flat protection. It also protects rims and ensures optimum performance. So, when I received an email from regular RBR commenter “fixieguy,” asking what psi to pump his new tires to, I was eager to help. Here’s his expertly explained question and after is my response. … [Read more...] about Can You Advise Fixieguy on Inflation for His New Vittoria Tires?
By Rick Schultz Like most, I have spent the better part of last year spending a lot of time at home. Not wanting to get sick and not wanting to get my wife sick, I dropped out of the regular group rides and chose Rouvy as my training and exercise platform. I feel I have gotten into a lot better shape as well as lost 30 pounds, I feel good. … [Read more...] about A Look at Polarized Training