First published in Cycling Utah By John Higgins Cycling pedals are taken for granted by experienced cyclists and viewed with trepidation by new cyclists. What […]
Published in Cycling UtahBy John Higgins Your cycling shoes are a major player in 2 out of the 5 direct contact points you have to […]
Experienced cyclists know that the opportunity to spend money on their chosen pastime is boundless, some driven by want and some that is needed. Buying a bike is just the start of a long journey of cycling expenses, some of which you may expect and many of which you won’t.
Published in Cycling Utah Spring 2019 By John Higgins In late 2018 I attended the International Symposium on Cycling Optimization held in Munster, Germany. In […]
Smart trainers, power meters, and nuanced training programs are helping cyclists work on developing their metabolic energy systems and power output – tuning up their motor for excellent performances. But if those performances are going to take place outside, a whole other skill set needs attention, and it’s called bike handling!