Clipping out when coming to a stop

In this quick tip from the road Victor talks about the importance of staying clipped in until the last moment when stopping. Its important to understand why you feel the need to clip out so early and why that may actually put you in greater danger of crashing than clipping out extra early. Victor recorded […]

Getting Back Home With a Blown Tire

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Okay, so you’re out on a ride and your tire blows.  We’re not talking a popped tube here…..this is when you’re tire busts open from wear or a cut.  Calling for someone to come get you is one option, but in this quick tip podcast Darryl talks about another way to get yourself back home. […]

Road Cycling Tires: Everything You Need to Know

Road Cycling Tires

When Darryl first brought up the idea of doing a podcast on tires, Victor thought it would be too boring for our listeners.  After a little convincing, we decided to record this episode of Cycling 360 and feel it’s full of some amazing information that all cyclists should know. It really is an information packed […]

How to Avoid Foot and Leg Cramps in Cyclists

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In this quick tip Victor talks about fit and techniques that can help avoid painful foot and calf cramps. Some of the fixes talked about Proper show fit Supportive insoles Cleat position Proper riding technique that can help avoid foot and leg cramps.   Related Posts:Check and replace your clipless pedal cleatsDo it Yourself: Build […]

Simple Adjustments to Improve your Shifting

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How to avoid the dreaded clunk clunk when you shift  In this quick tip Victor talks about the 3 most common causes for poor shifting. How to do some basic adjustments on your own. 1. Cable binding 2. Cable stretch 3. Hanger misalignment   Link to the Online Class Victor Talked about  Related Posts:Check and […]