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As we get into the meat of riding season many riders are beginning to focus on “core exercises” and “maintaining strength”. Let’s take it from the general to the specific with a focus on the classic “Bird Dog” exercise. The thought of doing core work throughout the season is nice, but as we covered in
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Race Breakdown: Ineos Grenadiers are still holding the pole position for the top place in the Tour de France, but Tadej Pogačar is coming into form. Spencer Martin looks at the Suisse and Slovenian stage races for more pointers for the French Grand Tour. This week it’s Carapaz for Ineos – This article is an
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It’s not every day that you get to pen a Readers’ Rig piece for an old club mate, friend and multi-champion, but when Graham McGarrity purchased his striking Cipollini Bond it was time to, ‘have a word’. Back in 2014, Matt McNamara reviewed the newly released Cipollini Bond for PEZ, you can read it HERE,
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Rider Blog: Jason Saltzman and his Wildlife Generation Pro Cycling team headed off to Africa to ride the Tour of Rwanda, an eight-day stage race in East Africa. A very different experience for Jason, but a great read of us. Spectators perched on walls or in trees were a common occurrence I had never particularly
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While perhaps not ranking among Early Adopters—I think Peak Bicycle was reached about 2005 and I loathe cellphones—I have nonetheless embraced indoor cycling training with considerable enthusiasm.  Over the years there have been huge steps forward in making a once-arduous task bearable and even enjoyable. Now KOM RPV2 Rocker Plate adds real world motion to
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PEZ readers will know that I’m a Wahoo ELEMNT ROAM convert when it comes to bicycle computers: Personally, I’m sold on the ROAM. For me and the kind of riding I do, it does what I need it to do and does it very well. I’ve grown used to and appreciate the larger form factor,
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