Improving Your Inner Drive

Scott Price

Cycling and Inner Drive: Improving Your Performance We may have said this about other podcasts, but we feel this one is something everyone needs to listen to.  We brought Scott Price on this episode to help us discuss inner drive and inner abilities that all great performers and successful people master….and to tell you how to […]

The Proactive Cyclist

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Are you a proactive or reactive cyclist?  Darryl explains in this Cycling 360 quick tip podcast that being proactive is a beneficial trait for all cyclists.  Listen to him explain what areas of your ride require a proactive approach and how to make it work for you.  Find out what he means when he talks […]

Simple Adjustments to Improve your Shifting

Rear Deraileur

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 […]

Indoor Cycling Classes in the Off-Season

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Keep It Real Have you ever considered doing indoor cycling classes as a way to stay conditioned and improve your cycling performance in the off-season?  We brought in indoor cycling expert, Jennifer Sage to discuss this option and why our listeners might be interested. Jennifer  has a degree in Exercise Science and is a Certified […]

Tight Shoulders

Tight Shoulders

Many cyclists get tense shoulders when they ride. Listen to the quick tip to learn about the causes and solutions to this problem. Why cyclists get tight shoulders What aspects of fit effect this problem Some little tips on how to alleviate What cadence has to do with tight   One on one session with […]