Category Archive: Triathlon & Cycling news

Constant Attacks & Never Quitting; ‘Shut Up, Legs!’ Why we changed our name

[The blog will be moving to http://www.Shutup-legs.com over the Easter break, just note it isn’t quite up yet; want our launch newsletter? Might even get a few words from the Great Jens Voigt!] Jens… Continue reading

Painfully Beautiful.Paris-Roubaix: A Journey through Hell

“If they’re flicking on Paris-Roubaix for the first time they’re going to say – “What the hell? What kind of bike race is this?” It’s a cross between mountain biking, road racing and… Continue reading

An Evening with Deca & Triple Deca Ironmen

Last Monday evening, Enrico Varella organized a sharing session with Singapore’s only Deca-Ironman Dr Kua Harn Wei, and Triple-Deca-Ironman Wayne Kurtz at the Hotel Bayview. Phenomenal athletes; who’s achievements put alot of these triathlons to shame – ‘World’s… Continue reading

Richie Porte out of Giro;Wiggins still not in

  Richie Porte has been withdrawn from Team Sky’s squad for next months Giro d’Italia, due to a lack of preparation following a bout of gastroenteritis that saw him pull out of both Tirreno-Adriatico… Continue reading

Can Cancellara win next week at Paris-Roubaix

[Watching the race on Sunday? Check out our dedicated post – ‘Painfully Beautiful. Paris-Roubaix: A Journey through Hell‘] After 6 1/4 hours, Spartacus confirmed what we already knew – that he is one… Continue reading

Baptism by Fire – How will the Tour of Flanders play out?

“It’s a hard-man’s race, a true race, where you not only have to have strong legs, but be tactically smart,” Luca Paolini, Team Captain, Katusha [Note we only cover hard man/woman races at… Continue reading

Cycling Science in the Tour of Flanders – Cobbles & Breakaways

#CobbleScience – Click to Tweet I hope your Sunday is free, one of the most eagerly-anticipated races in professional cycling, the second of the five monuments and the biggest Flemish race of the year –… Continue reading

UCI gives permission for ProTour riders to listen to music during races

One of the first decisions by UCI’s Equipment Commission – comprising of UCI president Brian Cookson ; commissaires’ representative Martijn Swinkels; Team Sky’s head of technical operations Carsten Jeppesen who represents the professional teams;… Continue reading

Closer look at the decisive day in Tour of Britain – Stage 3,The Tumble summit finish

Last night the 8 stages of the 2014 Tour of Britain was announced, with a gruelling 3rd stage arguably going to be the decisive moment for the GC win. The Guardian summed the announcement up… Continue reading

What does lasers have to do with cycling?!?

Unfortunately an ebook pdf doesn’t allow me to put this article’s conclusion (video) right in front of you – so here we have innovation number 3! Bring out the Laser For some time,… Continue reading