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Road to Worlds Most Famous Brevet Race Paris-Brest (1230km)-Part 3

 
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Creator: Evangelos Kastamoulas

Road to Worlds Most Famous Brevet Race Paris-Brest (1230km)-Part 3

We are again here after 200,300,400km accomplished successfully.
The Last Target before France 600km!!!The most adventurous and tricky as you will see!

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Right Place - Right Time: Post Exercise Nutrition

 
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Creator: Colleen Broersma

Heading to your kitchen after a workout appears to be a great idea! The late Dr. Ed Burke, former advisor to the US National Cycling Team and director of the exercise science program at the University of Colorado at Color

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Road to Worlds Most Famous Brevet Race Paris-Brest (1230km)-Part 2

 
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Creator: Evangelos Kastamoulas

Road to Worlds Most Famous Brevet Race Paris-Brest (1230km)-Part 2


Here we go again after the first part that you loved to see how things evolved in the year of qualification for France.
In this part we will see the pre-

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Energy & Inspiration

 
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Creator: Polona Gosar

Energy & Inspiration

What is different between 2 instructors that have passed the same education, have the love to teach and are doing a good job? When I speak with members they say – he / she has more energy. Class is en

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Lessons From Sand

 
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Creator: Colleen Broersma

Going nowhere really fast!  While on a recent mountain bike trip to Fruita, Colorado I encountered a long stretch (several miles) of deep sand - definitely NOT my favorite riding conditions… I was reminded of some basic S

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Road to Worlds Most Famous Brevet Race Paris-Brest (1230km)-Part 1

 
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Creator: Evangelos Kastamoulas

Road to Worlds Most Famous Brevet Race Paris-Brest (1230km)-Part 1

Dear readers I will try as I best as i can to share a personal life experience with you!
This experience personally marked me and I consider a bucket list

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A Race to remember and Take Example

 
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Creator: Evangelos Kastamoulas

Only in this way can be described the French race Paris-Tours of 1921. A tale of those grandchildren clamoring of grandmother, before going to bed.

The struggle in the last issue was commended for the continuous speed rec

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Neck and Shoulder Pain - Chicken or Egg?

 
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Creator: Colleen Broersma

Cycling is an activity that places significant postural demands on the body. Performed in a “sitting posture”, these demands mimic those placed on the “sitting” population in general. Incidents of reported neck and should

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Small Pieces of Cycling Wisdom - Part 3(Final Part)

 
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Creator: Evangelos Kastamoulas

Small Pieces of Cycling Wisdom - Part 3

After several years of involvement with cycling, I've learned many things firsthand. Others important, others not so much. Knowledge is not always valuable! Some of these tips , I w

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Strength comes from within…literally.

 
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Creator: Colleen Broersma

As cyclists we have a need for speed. We shave ounces off our bikes, we periodize our training, we train for muscular endurance, strength and power in the weight room, and we focus on core stabilization in order to have a

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