Now that winter has well and truly arrived, we are seeing more and more demand for warm winter gloves.
We have compiled below information and some recommendations to meet your needs.
Hill climbs can become a bit like scaling, Mount Everest if you don’t know the right technique or have the right kind of training.
So you’ve decided to enter a triathlon. Whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned triathlete, it’s always good to keep away from common mistakes that might cause you to miss out on your goal of finishing with a PB.
We know exercise builds neurons and increases longevity, but are some types of exercise better than others for cyclists?
The negative effects of drugs in cycling have been public since 1960 when Danish cyclist 'Knut Jenson' died while competing in the Rome Olympics. In recent years however, a cleaner and safer way of achieving an advantage has emerged.
The risk of serious head injury is a sobering subject for every cyclist. According to the Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety at the Queensland University of Technology, most cyclist fatalities are due to head trauma, usually due to a collision with a motor vehicle.
Headbands can inspire passionate debate among cyclists. Some detractors argue that headbands make you hotter, while others swear by them, especially for long rides or competitions. Despite this debate, and given the backdrop of an Australian summer (where hot and humid conditions can make even the coolest of cyclists uncomfortable), there remain several compelling reasons to invest in a headband.