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11 Tips to Descend Better and Faster

11 Tips to Descend Better and Faster

Like any skill, the best way to become better at something is to really work on it. Ask someone that is good at descending to ride with you – follow that wheel while descending. You can learn a lot of things that way.

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8 Tips for Riding a Road Bike on Dirt

8 Tips for Riding a Road Bike on Dirt

No need to stop having fun when the pavement ends! Many riders, especially those who are new to cycling, have a misconception that road bikes should only be ridden on pavement. But the truth is, road bikes can be safely ridden on all kinds of road surfaces, including cobblestone, dirt and gravel.

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8 Tips for Riding in Wet Conditions

8 Tips for Riding in Wet Conditions

Wet roads present a whole host of possible dangers for cyclists. If you watched the Tour de France this year you’d have seen even the best bike handlers in the world crashing out in the rain.

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6 Tips to Take Your Cycling Fitness from Indoors to Outside

6 Tips to Take Your Cycling Fitness from Indoors to Outside

Once winter retreats enough to thaw out the bike lanes in your neighborhood, hordes of people will take to the streets again to breath in the fresh air and feel the wind in their face. Here are some tips to ease this transition and keep you upright and rubber side down.

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5 Tips for Cycling in Adverse Conditions

5 Tips for Cycling in Adverse Conditions

Riding all year, I must admit that, on occasion, riding in harsh weather is fun. Not when it's so bad as to be dangerous (or more dangerous than our being on the road can already be), but the change can be a welcome one.

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10 Tips for Increasing Cycling Efficiency

10 Tips for Increasing Cycling Efficiency

Have you ever heard the saying “it is not always the strongest racer that wins”? This is definitely true and whether you are an aspiring racer or recreational cyclist just looking to improve your fitness.

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