Recovery – A new approach

On 6 November 2014 By

Recovery is well discussed as necessary for top performance in an endurance athlete, but I believe it is really misunderstood (by me too!). There are many methods and ideas on how to best recover from hard sessions and most boil down to rest and a bit of movement to get the natural recovery process going. […]

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First Impressions: Cervelo P5

On 23 January 2013 By

Upon first hearing about a replacement for the P4, I was very intrigued as my trusty P3 was showing some age and in need of a complete overall.  I had some great races on the P3 and it has proven to be one of the fastest frames ever designed, even against the most recent super […]

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As I have now left the urban concrete jungle of London for the mountains of Colorado, it is very appropriate that I turn my attention to mountain biking (especially since I am not able to run for the next several months).  With that in mind, I decided to build up from the frame, a new […]

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Carbon Clinchers

On 19 October 2010 By

Now that Zipp has joined the other manufacturers and is now producing the 404 in a carbon clincher model, is there any reason to not own a pair? I have been a big proponent ever since a mate of mine did a full season of cyclocross on his Reynolds, with not so much as a […]

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From the press review and the clamour to buy one, it seems this new development by Trek has really hit the mark. It is obviously a nicely designed bike that looks fast and comes in lots of variations and price points. Add to the hoopla of the TDF around the corner and seeing Mr. Armstrong […]

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FiveFingers Revolution

On 29 July 2010 By

ou may have heard of the Vibrams FiveFingers and have already come up with an opinion on them (cool, freaky, totally unacceptable…). Why are these causing a revolt? Well, they are the one product that allows people to begin the transition to using our feet like they were designed to be used. Far too long […]

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