Using Cycling to get Out of your Mind

We all know that cycling can be an excellent escape from day to day stress and things that consume our minds.  But it’s also important to know how to focus on your ride, get in your training, and still clear your head. This is the third installment of our Motivation Series, and this time around […]

Goals You Can Manage

In today’s Quick Tip Victor talks about goals and goal setting. Victor has often noted that, for him, ambiguous or long term goals fall through the cracks. In this tip he explains his personal system for creating reachable goals in a manageable timeframe, and how to use this method to structure your training and riding. […]

The Iron Cowboy Talks Cycling and Motivation

You are not going to believe the incredible things James Lawrence has completed in his Ironman career.  He holds two Guinness World Records including the following: 22 half Ironman triathlons 70.3 races in 2010   30 full Ironman 140.6 races in one year (2012). But since then he’s continued with his amazing story and in […]

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 […]

Do you fight your bike?

Todays tip is about fighting your bike. This tip came up the other day when I was out on a ride on my local roads. I was riding along at spinning in an easy gear and came upon another rider. From a distance I could see him swerving all over the road. As I got […]