Tag Archive: tour de france

Top 10 Pro Cyclists on Strava – want to see how high the bar is?

[If you love this stuff & other stories about endurance athletes smashing themselves, why not sign up to our monthly newsletter – HERE] Strava, a website and app, has brilliantly tapped the power of… 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

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

Breaking pain barrier through micro goal setting

‘Cycling is so hard, the suffering is so intense, that it’s absolutely cleansing. The pain is so deep and strong that a curtain descends over your brain… Once, someone asked me what pleasure… Continue reading

Yellow Jersey Training: What we have learnt from Cycling’s Greats [2/4]

In the first post we looked at Eddy Merckx – the Cannibal and considered to be the greatest cyclist ever – Fausto Coppi – 5 time Giro, 2 time Tour de France & World Champ,… Continue reading

Yellow Jersey Training – What we have learnt from Cycling’s Greats – Part 1/4

                                  ‘If you wish to be out front, then act as if you were behind’  – Lao-Tzu,… Continue reading