Riding In Crosswinds

Crosswinds can cause a lot of problems for cyclists. Sometimes we have to balance the importance of staying in the aero position with the need to be able to control the bike. In this Quick Tip, Victor discusses when you might need to give up on the aero position and how to realize what your bike […]

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 […]

Push Your Cycling Limits

This is another one of those quickcasts by Darryl that doesn’t just apply to the bike.  In this Cycling 360 quick tip podcast, he talks about pushing yourself out of your comfort zone no matter what level of cyclist you are. One of the greatest things that happens by pushing your limits is the feeling […]

Clipping out when coming to a stop

In this quick tip from the road Victor talks about the importance of staying clipped in until the last moment when stopping. Its important to understand why you feel the need to clip out so early and why that may actually put you in greater danger of crashing than clipping out extra early. Victor recorded […]

Stretching and the Foam Roller

One of our listeners, Andrew Ebling, wrote in and asked about cycling stretches and the foam roller….so Darryl got right on it.  He’s actually posted about his preferred stretches and use of the foam roller before, but never has put it up as a quick tip.  So here it is. In this quickcast, Darryl explains […]