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Back in Feburary I blogged how "I threw in the towel" on trying different tyres because I was getting so many punctures and ordered some Continental GatorHardshells. These are a little more expensive than most of the tyres I have tried but as we were heading out of summer I felt some winter tyres might just be the…Continue
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Colin Freestone and Cycle Indonesia are taking bookings again for their Central Sulawesi cycle tour this September.
Colin has been cycling in Indonesia since 1995. Beginning 2009 when his touring business began he's led 9 trips with 80+ riders on Sulawesi, which is that spidery shaped Indonesian island north of Bali and east of…Continue
It’s been mentally a very hard 8-12 months let alone physical. Some may remember my superman heroics flying off Montacute Rd just after the corkscrew in August last year, lying upside down with two dislocated shoulders and one broken shoulder, unable to move and waiting over an hour till someone finally heard my calls for help and rescue me; I thought I was the luckiest man alive. Nine months on and still battling shoulder pain and now the realisation that feeling to two of my fingers will…Continue
The main discussion on the Training and Nutrition forum over the last month has been the Mount Haleakala hill climb in Hawaii, which is a 55 km ride to an altitude of 3050 m (5.5% average grade). The forum discussion briefly mentioned the challenges of exercising at altitude and the possibility of using altitude training to prepare for travel to a high-altitude environment. As an Accredited Sports Scientist and operator of…Continue