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    Climbing on your bike

    Posted on August 9, 2017 by in Cycling, Website Articles

    There is no denying that climbing hills on your bike is hard and it’s an area of frustration for many riders.  Remember that you are fighting against gravity so there are some techniques that you should be adopting to ride smart and make it a little easier on yourself. There is a tendency to shift […]

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    Is your bike ready?

    Posted on August 2, 2017 by in Cycling

    You are working towards your goal of finishing your first triathlon or competing well in your second triathlon.  You intend to be well prepared but is your bike?  This article looks at how you should prepare your bike for a triathlon. You don’t have to go out and buy a new bike for your first […]

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    You can drink and ride!

    Posted on July 21, 2017 by in Cycling

    Eating and drinking on the bike You need to keep hydrated and well fuelled if you are going to optimise your training time – so it stands to reason that during a training ride you will need to eat and drink.   And of course you will definitely need to drink (and probably eat depending […]

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    Power meter review 2015

    Posted on November 17, 2015 by in Cycling, Website Articles

    As I write there are many, many power meter options available for cyclists, and probably almost as many again in the pipeline for 2016.   The internet is full of reviews and opinions, but it is undoubtedly confusing for the majority of people to make a selection and be confident it is the right product for […]

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    Does bike cadence really matter?

    Posted on May 19, 2015 by in Cycling

    By Mike Redshaw What the Science tells us… Cadence This is a subject everyone has an opinion on but is it backed up with any evidence? This month I wanted look at what the current evidence suggests and try to distinguish fact from opinion. So where to begin? Unless you specifically set out to ride at […]

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