Cycling for a Royal Flush

Poker and cycling’s remarkable hybrid Chess boxing, footvolley, and polocrosse are just a few sports that have been created out of a combination of two different activities. Across the world of sports, there seems to be a long-standing interest with combining distinct types of sports to come up with a hybrid that has the best […]

Spreading the Cycling Lifestyle Message

Spread the cycling lifestyle

We love cycling….yeah, that is why we do the cycling 360 podcast.  It’s also because we want to help people become better cyclists and create new cyclists as well.  Now it’s your turn to spread the message. That’s right, in this quickcast Darryl explains how an e-mail from one of our listeners helped us realize […]

Pedaling technique


In this quick tip Victor answers a call in question from a listener on pedaling technique. Some of this things discussed Push vs Pull Powering up a climb Why the pull is important Mentioned in the show To learn about an upcoming online class about pedaling technique Visit and sign up to be notified […]

Knee Pain – Common Causes

Cyclist Knee

In this quick tip Victor talks about some of the most common causes of knee pain in cyclists The most common offenders are Saddle Height Worn cleats Cleat rotation adjusted incorrectly Too much too soon Mashing the pedals Low cadance       Links: Previous show on Bicycle Fit Related Posts:Check and replace your clipless […]

Strength Conditioning and Riding


The 2013 cycling season has already begun for many cyclists around the world, but it’s not too late to add in some strength training if you didn’t do it during the off season. Hey guys, it’s Darryl here and I recently did a post about this over at, and wanted to share the idea […]