By Sheri Rosenbaum Hot Powerstrap configuration uses two ribbon wraps to secure the foot.Velcro straps adjust instep and midfoot separately for a customized fitNylon outsole provides good power transferRubber tread outsole for grip and durabilityNotched tongue for added ankle mobility and comfortSilicon heal gripper prevents the foot from sliding out during pedal … [Read more...] about Fizik Terra Powerstrap X4 Gravel Shoe Review
By Martin Sigrist My other sport is golf. While there may not be an obvious connection to cycling, a few do exist. Here are a couple. … [Read more...] about “Golf Lessons” for Cyclists
By Kevin Kolodziejski There’s no shame in admitting it. If one day you ascend that local legendary climb in personal-record time, you’ll be as euphoric as when you were four and found that most wished-for gift under the tree on Christmas morn. … [Read more...] about How Much Does Bicycle Weight Matter?
By Coach John Hughes You're a cyclist in your 50s and older. Your goals are to be a good cyclist, healthy and fit for many years to come. To reach your goals, knowing what not to do is as important as knowing what to do. 1. Ignoring the training paradigm Training stress (physiological overload) + rest = success (improvement). As you adapt to your riding or other … [Read more...] about Anti-Aging: 8 Exercise Mistakes Older Riders Make
Jim’s Tech Talk Jim Langley RBR reader, David Stihler, who only lives a few miles away from me (we’ve never met), reached out last week asking about my cycling streak in relation to his riding. I have gotten lots of questions about my obsession over the years and it’s been some time since I’ve talked about it here. So, I’ll reply to David this week. My answers … [Read more...] about A Fitness Q&A about My Cycling Streak