Here’s an intriguing summer cycling holiday that caught our eye – Velo Vercors’s Everest Challenge.
WINTER hates your bike, which is why it’s common to have a hack machine dedicated to sacrificing itself in the rain, the grit and the salt so that your best bike can be saved for the best days. But there’s another way. If you look after your bike carefully the effects of winter are minimal. After all, carbon doesn’t rust. We’d rather be riding, and enjoying, our best bikes more of the time.
We’ve been treated to a sneak peak of the new Boardman bike range for 2011-2012. And we liked what we saw.
Using power output as a parameter for testing and identifying potential athletes
BMC doctor Max Testa said power output could be added to the UCI’s biological passport system to weed out dopers. Here’s the science behind the concept.
Like a domestique grafting away all day to fetch bidons and rain jackets from the team car, we’ve been all over Europe to bring you the interviews and features that will bring you up to speed with the professional peloton. And we haven’t used a race radio once….
With the racing season around the corner, Procycling is swapping cake for technical nutrition. Here’s how we got on with Multipower’s protein-packed offering.
James Moss, a pro with Endura Racing, is back in the UK after his Indian adventure
One of Procycling’s longest-standing contributors has written a complete history of the Italian grand tour…
Racing on the sub-continent: Liquigas-Cannondale’s young rocket Elia Viviani won the Nashik Cyclothon near Mumbai today. Here’s how James Moss and the Endura Racing lads got on.
After last year’s inaugural Mumbai Cyclothon, won by Saxo Bank’s JJ Haedo, two UCI races have sprung up in India this year – the Nashik Cyclone and the Tour of Mumbai on 11 and 13 February. To get a first hand experience of what it’s like to race in India where cycling is still up and coming, we’ve asked UK pro James Moss to share his experiences with us over the next couple of days.