Victor’s Number One Tip for a Beginner and Number One Tip for an Experienced Cyclist

In this Quick Tip Victor answers the listener question “what is your number one piece of advice for a beginner cyclist and your number one piece of advice for an experienced cyclist?” Victor’s top piece of advice to beginner cyclists: don’t worry about speed, don’t worry about distance, don’t focus on equipment. Focus on developing […]

Turn Off Your Bike Computer Challenge

We’ve talked before about the benefits of turning off your computer while cycling, but we wanted to remind you once again.  We all like to track our cadence and metrics while out riding, but there is a huge advantage to just turning it all off once in a while. In this podcast, Darryl goes over […]

The Tool Bottle

In this quick tip podcast, Darryl offers a very simple idea that he thinks you’re going to love.  He recently started using a “tool bottle” and totally recommends it for rides when you don’t require two water bottles on your bike. Tune in to this Cycling 360 quick tip to find out why he loves […]

Why you have tight hamstrings

Why you get tight hamstrings and what to do about it. (just stretching is not enough) Many cyclists struggle with chronic tight hamstrings.  Many blame themselves for not stretching enough and usually end up ignoring the tightness. At least until they get and injury. The cause is usually caused by either your position on the […]

Using Strava for Cycling Motivation

How many Stravaholics do we have out there?  With the popularity of Strava, we’re sure there’s more than just a few of you.  If you haven’t heard of this site before, or even if you are a member….be sure to listen in and see how you can use Strava to your advantage. Additional Links: Strava […]