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By     |    May 8, 2015
Posted in: Cycling News, Riding Life     |    1 Tweet

Giro: Tomorrow. Yes, the Giro kicks off tomorrow with a team time trial. Who will win? Ask Inner Ring. Chicago Velodrome: Saved. Yeah, there’s one in the city. Right here. Thanks, Radavist. I want to ride on it. Potholes: Fixed. This way. Bike Racks: Everywhere. Well … this seems like a bit of work. I think the pothole idea is a bit easier. Doping: Not Fixed. Damn. At least according […]

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T&T Q&A with Kaitie Antonneau (@kaitieantonneau)

By     |    May 4, 2015
Posted in: Bike Gear, Cycling News, Nutrition, Rides & Trails, Riding Life     |    2 Tweets

Kaitie Antonneau is one multi-talented cyclist. Sponsored by TWENY16 p/b SHO-AIR on the road and Cannondale-CyclocrossWorld.com for cyclocross, she pretty much hasn’t met a set of wheels she didn’t like. This young, accomplished cyclist is the two-time U23 National Time Trial Champion, a U23 Road Racing Champion, and has represented the US at the UCI World Cyclocross Championships for the past four years, finishing an impressive 10th in 2014. This fun […]

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T&T Q&A with Gavin Mannion (@gavinmannion)

By     |    Apr 27, 2015
Posted in: Bike Gear, Cycling News, Nutrition, Rides & Trails, Riding Life     |    4 Tweets

Gavin Mannion knows a thing or two about training your weaknesses. Back in 2013, CyclingNews published an interview with him saying that he had finally made the transition from a sprinter to a climber. Today, riding for team Jelly Belly and starting the season strong with an impressive second place finish at the Sea Otter Classic, Gavin proves he can dominate at both. Check out his tips to make the most […]

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T&T Q&A with Coryn Rivera (@CorynRivera)

By     |    Apr 20, 2015
Posted in: Bike Gear, Cycling News, Nutrition, Rides & Trails, Riding Life     |    No Tweets

Coryn Rivera is fast. And we mean FAST. The 22-year-old is known for her sprinting ability. Read her advice on how to look speedy and be speedy, in this week’s T&T Q&A: [T&T] What is something you wish you knew when you first started cycling? [Coryn Rivera] When I first started racing, I would have never guessed how much travel is involved for racing and training. I have been all over the US […]

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T&T Q&A with Arley Kemmerer (@arleykemm)

By     |    Apr 13, 2015
Posted in: Bike Gear, Cycling News, Nutrition, Rides & Trails, Riding Life     |    No Tweets

Arley Kemmerer is a petite powerhouse who races cyclocross for PB2 Pro Cycling. She’s not afraid to get dirty or go fast and has the 1st place finish in the USA Cycling Cross Country Mountain Bike National Championships in 2013 to prove it. See what she has to say about cycling, nutrition, and CrossFit in this week’s T&T Q&A: [T&T] What is something you wish you knew when you first started […]

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T&T Q&A with Georgia Gould (@gouldgeorgia)

By     |    Apr 6, 2015
Posted in: Bike Gear, Cycling News, Nutrition, Rides & Trails, Riding Life     |    No Tweets

Georgia Gould is a household name in women’s cycling. Not only does she ride with LUNA Women’s Mountain Bike Team, but she is also an outspoken advocate for equality for women in cycling. See what she has to say about nutrition, cold-weather gear, and women’s cycling in this week’s T&T Q&A: [T&T] What is something you wish you knew when you first started cycling? [Georgia Gould] Recovery days don’t make you […]

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T&T Q&A with Matthew Busche (@MatthewBusche)

By     |    Mar 30, 2015
Posted in: Bike Gear, Cycling News, Nutrition, Rides & Trails, Riding Life     |    No Tweets

Matthew Busche competed in his first Tour de France in 2014, riding to support Trek Factory Racing teammates Haimar Zubeldia and Fränk Schleck. See what he has to say about training, European racing, and chocolate milk in this week’s T&T Q&A: [T&T]  What is something you wish you knew when you first started cycling? [Matthew Busche] My path to cycling was non-traditional — I started late and transitioned to Europe quickly. For me, […]

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Riding on top of a car? That's got to count as doping. [Photo: Joe Shlabotnik]

Worth a Read: The UCI’s Cycling Independent Reform Commission Report … Summary

By     |    Mar 27, 2015
Posted in: Cycling News, Riding Life     |    No Tweets

Yeah, look: we all should read the UCI’s Cycling Independent Reform Commission (CIRC) report on doping in professional cycling. You can. I’m not. I’m reading The Inner Ring’s great summary. Some tidbits: … the UCI was lax for many years … [the UCI] believes doping continues today … … the UCI were so lax, breaking their own rules to encourage the marketble manna of a recovering cancer patient from the USA reach […]

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Barry-Roubaix 2011. Appealing, Right? [Photo: Fred Rothengatter]

Fear and Loathing at Barry-Roubaix: Part 1

By     |    Mar 25, 2015
Posted in: Cycling News, Rides & Trails, Riding Life     |    No Tweets

Barry-Roubaix is just a few days away. I’ve been training all winter for this race and zero hour is fast approaching. As I’m writing this, I’m sitting in the waiting room for my son’s two-month checkup. Winter was long this year with record low temps and heavy snowfall. Throw in the last trimester of my wife’s pregnancy and you can see how winter threw me for a loop when it came to […]

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The 10 Best Things About Riding in Spring

By     |    Mar 19, 2015
Posted in: Bike Gear, Cycling News, Rides & Trails, Riding Life     |    No Tweets

After yet another long, harsh winter across most of the country, most of us are itching to get off the blasted trainer and get back outside. Record low temperatures and higher-than-average snowfalls have made this a particularly harsh winter. And it’s not be over yet. So, to get our minds off the cold, gray winter, lets take a few minutes to talk about what makes riding in Spring so great. If […]

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