Month: March 2021

Pain Caves of the Pandemic: After our first ‘Pain Cave’ contribution from our literary editor, Leslie Reissner, we now have out first ‘Readers’ Pain Cave’ from Doug Rusho. And what a palace, enough to make you very jealous. What is your set up?Bike(s):Specialized Crux, converted to a 2 * 11, with a jury rigged grip
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British cycling clothing maker Albion adds another incredibly lightweight and packable way to keep adventurous riders warm with their new Ultralight Insulated Jacket – plus a minimalist companion backpack. Judiciously using super-light materials, including the breathable recycled insulation, Albion have created a EU-made jacket that could be perfect for cyclists tight on space but who
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Ex-Rider Interview: Phil Gaimon had a full career before hanging up his WorldTour wheels, but since then he has hardly stopped for a breath. As an ex-pro he fills his time book writing, social media and… riding his bike. Ed Hood caught up with Phil to hear how life is treating him. Gaimon in the
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Rider Blog: After Jason Saltzman’s hit and miss 2020 season in Austria, he has bounced back with a new team, Wildlife Generation Pro Cycling, and managed to kick-off 2021 with a good block of training and racing in Turkey. Thinks are looking up for the PEZ blogger. Sign-on for Grand Prix Gazipasa We went racing!
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