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SAGAN SPRINTS TO VICTORY IN TIRRENO-ADRIATICO STAGE 3

Peter Sagan gets his own back on Michal Kwiatkowski

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FSA-riding Yohan Bagot and his Cofidis team and mechanics know what tweaks and upgrades work best – here's out guide

Your first 5 road bike upgrades

Posted on 12th Apr 2016

Significant performance boosts don’t have to cost thousands. But what changes give the biggest bang for your buck – or the most extreme explosion for your Euro? Read on… 1. Tires Not only are they...

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Ride rollers like a pro – the complete guide

Posted on 5th Apr 2016

Turbo trainers are great for training when time or weather is a problem, but they do have a flaw – they’re incredibly boring! Rollers provide the same benefits, but because you have to balance and...

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“Ride the Rockies” Event Jersey

Posted on 30th Mar 2016

Check out this limited edition Nelson Vails “Ride The Rockies” event jersey! If you live in the Rocky Mountain states or simply want to come out and ride on June 11 – 17th with former...

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WIDTH, DROP AND REACH: ROAD BARS EXPLAINED

Posted on 29th Mar 2016

Handlebars look and sound simple – and in essence they are, but consider those simple component elements and there’s a lot of choice involved in getting the right bars for your riding. Every angle, radius,...

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Fan-based air resistance turbo trainers make some noise but are a popular and cost-effective training aid

Train Smarter – With a Turbo Trainer

Posted on 15th Mar 2016

There are three major designs of turbo trainer, and there’s good news and bad news. The bad news is that every single one of them has the capacity to inflict severe pain and boredom. The...

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However many forks you rock, get your frame size right and the rest will follow!

How to choose the right MTB frame size

Posted on 8th Mar 2016

Choosing the right mountain bike frame size is important for performance, comfort and safety, but can be tricky, not least because there’s no single way of measuring them. Some companies use inches, some use centimetres,...

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