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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My Coaching Service

On 19 April 2010 By

I have been working with cyclists and triathletes for several years now and I have usually just focused on developing my service through word of mouth. Over the course of the last couple of years, I have tossed around the idea of getting a web presence, but haven’t gotten much if anything done beyond some […]

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Technology & Training

On 15 February 2010 By

How badly do we need technology when we train? For most triathletes and cyclists, information from various devices are part of the basic feedback we need to understand what our bodies are experiencing. Training is often structured around the technology (i.e, using power to establish effort on the bike, or pace for running efforts). Heart […]

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