Why you have tight hamstrings

Tight Hamstrings

Why you get tight hamstrings and what to do about it. (just stretching is not enough) Many cyclists struggle with chronic tight hamstrings.  Many blame themselves for not stretching enough and usually end up ignoring the tightness. At least until they get and injury. The cause is usually caused by either your position on the […]

Using Strava for Cycling Motivation

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How many Stravaholics do we have out there?  With the popularity of Strava, we’re sure there’s more than just a few of you.  If you haven’t heard of this site before, or even if you are a member….be sure to listen in and see how you can use Strava to your advantage. Additional Links: Strava […]

Ride Your Personal Tour de France

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It’s the time of year where cyclists and also a lot of non-cyclists get excited for a little 21 stage race called the Tour de France.  We wanted to have some fun this month so we’re challenging our listeners to take part in their very own personal TdF. Here’s the deal.  Listen to this episode […]

Lower Back Pain and Cycling

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In this edition of the Cycling 360 Podcast, Darryl and Victor discuss lower back pain.  If you’ve ever experienced this you know how even something as simple as rolling over in bed can become uncomfortable…but we’re here to help. Listen in and learn more about lower back pain and ways to prevent it from happening […]

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