Choosing Cycling Shoes

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 […]

The Spend Doesn’t End (with the purchase of a bike)

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.

Optimize Your Cycling

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 […]

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Spring Emergence: Time to Get Outside!

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!

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Cycling and Lower Back Pain

First published in Cycling Utah / Cycling West, March 2018 As back pain is one of the most common medical problems in the USA, it’s […]

Shaking Off Numb Hands

First published in Cycling Utah / Cycling West August 2017 So far this year the most common issue I have encountered as a bike fitter […]