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  1. Endurance Riding
    This was the most difficult unicycling challenge I've ever attempted, and definitely a personal record for me. The climbs ranged from 31% to a seemingly impossible 41% grade! There's a pretty good chance that you will "feel my pain" watching this video...👍🙂
  2. General Cycling Discussion
    It's an unfortunate fact of riding a bike: No matter how fit you are, you won't be the strongest rider on every group ride you do. But that doesn't mean you have to get shot out the back of the pack. Here are some tips from our friends at the Global Cycling Network to help you keep up with...
  3. General Cycling Discussion
    The lighter you are the faster you can go up hill. Maybe one less beer tonight, eh? Climbing is hard, but rewarding. The best way to get faster going up? Train more of course. But there are also some ways to increase you VAM without being more fit. Press play to hear from the crew at the Global...
  4. General Cycling Discussion
    Try these interval workouts so you'll be riding off the front, not dropping off the back. Rollers, kickers, pops. Call them what you will, but there's no denying that short, steep hills are an integral part of the cycling experience. Being able to survive and thrive during these brief but...
  5. General Cycling Discussion
    The testing slopes of Alpe d'Huez, one of the most famous and feared climbs in cycling. Baseball has its Wrigley Field. Basketball's hallowed ground is Madison Square Garden. Football's Shangri La is found at Green Bay's Lambeau Field. But in cycling, there are no arenas or stadiums (unless...
  6. General Cycling Discussion
    Just as you'd expect, with the hammer down on the flats, an aero bike is faster. But when it comes time to buy a bike you'll need to factor in more than just raw speed. In a perfect world, we would all have a quiver of bikes hanging in the garage. Lightweight climber for when you're headed to...
  7. General Cycling Discussion
    Buckle up. Here it comes… That nasty climb with sustained pitches over 10 percent that haunts your cycling dreams. On a good day you'll be firmly planted in the pain cave for 30-40 minutes. On a bad day, you just might turn around. Of course fitness and training are key. But what else can...
  8. General Cycling Discussion
    At the professional level the ability to go uphill is arguably the most important cycling skill - and one that is honed at an early age. It separates legends from losers, Tour de France winners from also-rans, and even victorious sprinters from those who are dropped long before the final mad...
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