23 March, 2017

Race Your Bike At Home In The Tour of Sufferlandria, Support Charity, Win Prizes

3 February, 2017 Bek

I’ve been out-wheeled by hamsters. I’ve been warned to throw in the chamois. I’ve been heckled by non-Sufferlandrians. But, I’ve achieved something: I am a Sufferlandrian. It’s totes true. I’ve got the training diaries to prove it. The Sufferfest is for real, and what better way to suffer than for a good cause? Whether or not you’re […]

Check Out Greg van Avermaet’s Olympic Ride on Strava

10 August, 2016 Bek

Ever wondered what it takes to earn olympic gold in the men’s road race? Now you can get a good look at Belgium’s Greg van Avermaet’s winning ride on Strava. This dude pulls some serious KOMs.   Analysis Data Too . . . Whoa.   Now that’s a ride we […]

Froome Runs up Mont Ventoux after Motorbike Crash – Video

14 July, 2016 Shane

—Warning! Spoilers ahead!!!— Chris Froome Runs up Mont Ventoux in Cleats Due to super cool conditions (like hypothermic stuff) at the summit of Mont Ventoux, Tour de France officials moved the finish line of Stage 12 down 6km or so. What wasn’t so cool was the barrier-free chaos of crowds […]

Tour de France Banner Falls at 1km on Adam Yates – Video

9 July, 2016 Bek

The Tour de France is an arduous journey over thousands of miles. Riders expect to feel the pain of climbing, attacking, sprinting. One thing they don’t expect is inflatable banners falling on them with 1km to go.  Adam Yates made some unfortunate history as he had gapped the peloton and […]

Orica GreenEdge Recreates Giro Sprint Stage with Toys

11 May, 2016 Bek

Team Orica GreenEdge at the Giro Pro cycling team, Orica GreenEdge have been tearing it up lately . . . on YouTube. Their playlist of videos includes backstage looks at races like Paris-Roubaix, which was quite the success for them and Mathew Hayman especially. We’ve included that video below as well, but […]

Is A Power Meter Worth The Expense? We Do Science To Find Out

5 February, 2016 Bek

Power Meters – Are They Worth It? This is Shane. Shane likes bikes and wants to race. Shane hasn’t been working out lately. Shane’s going to compare a Heart Rate Monitor and a Power Meter in the name of science. Don’t be like Shane–just read his results. OK, enough silliness. […]

How Many Bikes Do Pro Cyclists Travel With? Scicon Has the Answer

18 January, 2016 Bek

Adelaide, Australia reminds me of two certainties in life: leg-cramps on planes, and road season’s kick-off. So what more fitting way to celebrate the pros’ return to asphalt than with infographics and animated gifs–Scicon knows what gets me motivated for the Tour Down Under. Yup, possessed red boxes levitating into […]

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