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 […]

Just Think!

Just think

In this quick tip Victor talks about thinking and cycling. If we would all just put more thought into our riding we would all become better cyclists and people too. It is always critical to ask questions and learn from experts but then think about it and apply ideas directly to your own personal situation […]

Stretching and the Foam Roller

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One of our listeners, Andrew Ebling, wrote in and asked about cycling stretches and the foam roller….so Darryl got right on it.  He’s actually posted about his preferred stretches and use of the foam roller before, but never has put it up as a quick tip.  So here it is. In this quickcast, Darryl explains […]

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 […]

Road Cycling Posture

road cycling posture

Posture and Cycling In this edition of the Cycling 360 podcast, we talk about what cycling posture is and why cyclists should care. Darryl and Victor go over the common problems and solutions to make sure our listeners get the most out of their riding and improve their performance. How you can self evaluate your […]