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The right tire pressure for your bike

The right tire pressure for your bike

The days we pushed the tire pressure on the bike to maximum, hoping to optimise performance, are long over. Today we know that the best tire pressure depends on the size of the tire, the weight of the cyclist (and the bike) and the riding style - which can lead to...

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Why choosing a 650C wheels road bike

Why choosing a 650C wheels road bike

Quite hard to find in the market: a 650c racing bike. Who needs this size of wheels? People who are not tall. And to build a custom bike, 650c wheels can be a choice. But there are some pros and cons, mainly given by the availability on the market of wheelset and...

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A balanced diet for cycling

A balanced diet for cycling

A balanced diet for cycling must consider the quantity of food that provides energy. It must include all nutrients and ensure a balance between energy expended and energy introduced with food. The energy power of food is commonly measured in Kilocalories (Kcal). A...

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Proper water intake during our bike rides

Proper water intake during our bike rides

Although it is possible to survive up to 50 days without eating, we would only survive a few days without drinking. A dehydration of 2% of body weight affects thermoregulation, and a sense of thirst occurs. But already around 5% of dehydration causes the first...

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Non-nutrient for cyclists

Non-nutrient for cyclists

What are non-nutrient for cyclists? Although unable to provide energy directly, these foods are valuable and indispensable to life, not only to the cyclist. Examples are vitamins and mineral salts and - of course - water. Electrolytes and minerals Electrolytes are...

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Nutrients for cyclists

Nutrients for cyclists

Which nutrients are suitable for cyclists? Are there substances to be assimilated to a greater or lesser extent or even avoided? Let's look at the macro-division of nutrients for endurance sports. The nutrients for cyclists par excellence: Carbohydrates Carbohydrates...

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who should ride a custom bike

who should ride a custom bike

A custom bike is a longtime dream of many riders. Not everything is better in a handmade custom version. But when it comes to road bikes, even the best standard bikes can't compare to good custom versions. Sponsors pay Pro-riders to use standard bikes, but many pros...

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The right tire pressure for your bike

The right tire pressure for your bike

The days we pushed the tire pressure on the bike to maximum, hoping to optimise performance, are long over. Today we know that the best tire pressure depends on the size of the tire, the weight of the cyclist (and the bike) and the riding style - which can lead to...

read more
Why choosing a 650C wheels road bike

Why choosing a 650C wheels road bike

Quite hard to find in the market: a 650c racing bike. Who needs this size of wheels? People who are not tall. And to build a custom bike, 650c wheels can be a choice. But there are some pros and cons, mainly given by the availability on the market of wheelset and...

read more
A balanced diet for cycling

A balanced diet for cycling

A balanced diet for cycling must consider the quantity of food that provides energy. It must include all nutrients and ensure a balance between energy expended and energy introduced with food. The energy power of food is commonly measured in Kilocalories (Kcal). A...

read more
Proper water intake during our bike rides

Proper water intake during our bike rides

Although it is possible to survive up to 50 days without eating, we would only survive a few days without drinking. A dehydration of 2% of body weight affects thermoregulation, and a sense of thirst occurs. But already around 5% of dehydration causes the first...

read more
Non-nutrient for cyclists

Non-nutrient for cyclists

What are non-nutrient for cyclists? Although unable to provide energy directly, these foods are valuable and indispensable to life, not only to the cyclist. Examples are vitamins and mineral salts and - of course - water. Electrolytes and minerals Electrolytes are...

read more
Nutrients for cyclists

Nutrients for cyclists

Which nutrients are suitable for cyclists? Are there substances to be assimilated to a greater or lesser extent or even avoided? Let's look at the macro-division of nutrients for endurance sports. The nutrients for cyclists par excellence: Carbohydrates Carbohydrates...

read more
who should ride a custom bike

who should ride a custom bike

A custom bike is a longtime dream of many riders. Not everything is better in a handmade custom version. But when it comes to road bikes, even the best standard bikes can't compare to good custom versions. Sponsors pay Pro-riders to use standard bikes, but many pros...

read more
The right tire pressure for your bike

The right tire pressure for your bike

The days we pushed the tire pressure on the bike to maximum, hoping to optimise performance, are long over. Today we know that the best tire pressure depends on the size of the tire, the weight of the cyclist (and the bike) and the riding style - which can lead to...

read more
Why choosing a 650C wheels road bike

Why choosing a 650C wheels road bike

Quite hard to find in the market: a 650c racing bike. Who needs this size of wheels? People who are not tall. And to build a custom bike, 650c wheels can be a choice. But there are some pros and cons, mainly given by the availability on the market of wheelset and...

read more
A balanced diet for cycling

A balanced diet for cycling

A balanced diet for cycling must consider the quantity of food that provides energy. It must include all nutrients and ensure a balance between energy expended and energy introduced with food. The energy power of food is commonly measured in Kilocalories (Kcal). A...

read more
Proper water intake during our bike rides

Proper water intake during our bike rides

Although it is possible to survive up to 50 days without eating, we would only survive a few days without drinking. A dehydration of 2% of body weight affects thermoregulation, and a sense of thirst occurs. But already around 5% of dehydration causes the first...

read more
Non-nutrient for cyclists

Non-nutrient for cyclists

What are non-nutrient for cyclists? Although unable to provide energy directly, these foods are valuable and indispensable to life, not only to the cyclist. Examples are vitamins and mineral salts and - of course - water. Electrolytes and minerals Electrolytes are...

read more
Nutrients for cyclists

Nutrients for cyclists

Which nutrients are suitable for cyclists? Are there substances to be assimilated to a greater or lesser extent or even avoided? Let's look at the macro-division of nutrients for endurance sports. The nutrients for cyclists par excellence: Carbohydrates Carbohydrates...

read more
who should ride a custom bike

who should ride a custom bike

A custom bike is a longtime dream of many riders. Not everything is better in a handmade custom version. But when it comes to road bikes, even the best standard bikes can't compare to good custom versions. Sponsors pay Pro-riders to use standard bikes, but many pros...

read more

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DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A GRAVEL AND A CYCLOCROSS BIKE

DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A GRAVEL AND A CYCLOCROSS BIKE

What are the main differences between a gravel bike and a cyclocross bike? Essentially, a gravel bike can be considered as an evolution of the cyclocross bike, but with its own characteristics based on its use and type of track. How did this evolution develop? First...

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DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A GRAVEL AND A CYCLOCROSS BIKE

DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A GRAVEL AND A CYCLOCROSS BIKE

What are the main differences between a gravel bike and a cyclocross bike? Essentially, a gravel bike can be considered as an evolution of the cyclocross bike, but with its own characteristics based on its use and type of track. How did this evolution develop? First...

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DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A GRAVEL AND A CYCLOCROSS BIKE

DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A GRAVEL AND A CYCLOCROSS BIKE

What are the main differences between a gravel bike and a cyclocross bike? Essentially, a gravel bike can be considered as an evolution of the cyclocross bike, but with its own characteristics based on its use and type of track. How did this evolution develop? First...

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