Category Archives: Cycling

Choosing Your Tires

Originally posted on Off The Beaten Path:
We’ve experienced a profound revolution in road bikes in recent years: It used to be that to go fast, you rode narrow tires and pumped them up to the maximum pressure. If you…

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It is 3 key elements my dear Watson…

The BST© (Brake Steer Turn) series presents another rider training article While turning is certainly not a secret, I do believe this piece is something worth reiterating again and again- because again and again…we sometimes see our fellow riders not … Continue reading

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LeanIn Cornering©

LeanIn Cornering© Concepts The objective of LeanIn Cornering©  Concepts is to provide rider training utilizing relevant information, how-to bike handling skills and drills that will make for a better and safer rider. The road is a part of our classroom for … Continue reading

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Tested & Ridden Conti | UltraSport II Tyres

Tested and Ridden: Continental Ultra Sport II’s A couple of years back I had been riding on the Continental Ultra Sport tires, with positive results and a fair amount of high praise for their road bike rubber. The Ultra Sport’s … Continue reading

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