IMAGINE a place where cyclists have the entire city to themselves, go where they want, when they want and as fast as they want without anyone getting in their way.....…Continue
This is a great article about Robin Williams and his love for bicycles, cycling and his Pegoretti collection.…Continue
I know there isnt a formal P ride report, but I did manage to take a few pictures and some video.For those that were there, Steve Ellison was being a very handy domestique and going around pumping up…Continue
Sorry for the late reply of this review. I wanted to give the kit a few more runs in the saddle to be sure of what kind of review I was to write. I also wanted to prepare an honest review of the kit through my experience.
I've done a few different rides consisting of…Continue
There isn't many things I get excited about these days. If it's not a holiday, a new bike/car or some super exciting news from friends or family, it's usually the impending arrival of a new cycling kit. I take a bit of time to look into the detail of one of Australia's leading kit sellers - Pedal Mafia.
WHY: I needed to buy a new kit and decided to splurge out…Continue
Just thought I'd add another blog and let all know I just purchased some new wheels.
My search got so involved, that I ended up making a spreadsheet outlining all the wheels I was interested in, their weight, rim profile, price, and aerodynamic properties. It was pretty involved and I ended up procrastinating over minor things.
The final decision came down to bang for buck, reliability, availability of parts and aftersales service should I need it.
The finalists were:…Continue
At the moment my climbing skills are very lack lustre. I find I am grinding in the granny gear on a 5-7% grade hill. Speed is somewhere in the vicinity of 9-12km max depending on how Im feeling and gradient. Im currently running standard cranks (54/39) and a 12/28 cassette with 1850g DT Swiss wheels. My cadence on a climb is about 65 average which I have read and been told by others is too slow and I should be sitting on 80 on hills as it will be easier on the legs. I find…Continue