• Mountain bike trainer gets riders pushing, pulling and balancing

    Submitted by 303cycling on November 28th, 2017

    From New Atlas

    If you’re a mountain biker, chances are you want to retain your core strength, coordination and sense of balance throughout the off-season and between rides. Well, that’s why Colorado-based cycling coach Lee McCormack created the RipRow. It’s kind of like a pedal-less exercise bike crossed with a rowing machine, and the thing rocks … literally. Read more

    • Ice baths don’t work for recovery, study finds

      Submitted by 303cycling on November 14th, 2017

      From Bike Radar
      After a long, hard ride, what sounds better — a hot shower or submerging yourself in a bath tub full of ice?  Read more

      • Eight tips for extending your season with ‘cross

        Submitted by 303cycling on November 6th, 2017

        If you race the entire ’cross season, you won’t be taking a break until January, which can be an issue for the following road season. “Pick a time to be done and don’t get tied up in the points race,” Holicky says.  Read more

        • How to get into cycling when you are 40+

          Submitted by 303cycling on August 31st, 2017

          Some say that cycling is a young person’s sport. I beg to differ! Cycling can provide people of any age an outlet for exercise, enjoyment, and positive stress relief. The biggest problem that many older generations face is that they don’t know how to get into the sport. With the bike industry changing so quickly, this is no surprise. Read on, and learn how to comfortably get into cycling when you are over 40. Read more

          • How to Avoid Spring Knee

            Submitted by 303cycling on April 10th, 2017

            Weather is definitely on the warmer side and cyclists are starting to roll out of their pain caves in mass numbers. For those who’ve been hibernating here are a few useful tips on how to avoid Spring Knee Read more