Tag Archive: cycling

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

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

No more Ice Baths – Cycling innovation No2

More on the next steps in cycling innovation [going to combine the top 10 innovations in an easy ebook asap; you are welcome to sign up to our newsletter As you may have seen… Continue reading

Final of #BeroccaChallenge today; Meet 3x TdF Green Jersey winner

So I must admit I have been a bit distracted by this beast of a competition which runs alongside the OCBC Cycle Singapore 2014 festival (it has 11,000 cyclists, its huge – grab your bike… Continue reading

The Power Post – What it takes to be a fast cyclist

“It’s about as much time in the saddle as possible. The more you ride the better you get. It’s as simple as that. Once you get that big engine you go more into… Continue reading

Preview: 10 Innovations that will change elite cycling performance in Rio 2016 (ebook coming soon)

[This is a preview for our upcoming ebook on innovation in elite cycling performance. If you want to get the full document on its release, please sign up to our monthly newsletter] In the mold… Continue reading

The challenge of monitoring ‘Altitude natives’ in professional cycling

“Sergio was raised in the mountains, goes back in winter and lives and trains at different levels. We’ve looked as far as we can at the effects of this, but our own understanding… Continue reading

Sex and training – Do cyclists have to sacrifice more than Saturday morning lie-ins?

Athletes and coaches the world over have long subscribed to the belief that it’s best to abstain from sex before athletic competitions.Boxing legend Muhammad Ali allegedly abstained from sex a month and a… Continue reading

What’s the most stupid, grueling endurance challenge you have taken on?

Just planning a 2nd round at the half marathon in a suit of armour, perhaps this time not post A&E visit, with no ankle armor and some food & drink to keep me… Continue reading

Why you should be interested in Big Data in Professional Cycling

Below is a summary of the topics to be highlighted in our FREE 16 page ebook – ‘Innovations in Cycling Science through ‘Big Data’ – HERE . Huge investment will go into this area… Continue reading