Overkill.

Overkill.

Light Reading

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The conundrum for the Cyclist (but not the bike rider) presents itself daily. We try to keep ourselves safe every time we get on our bikes, and we want to achieve a balance between form and function. Sometimes function wins, though mostly it’s form with the upper hand. A YJA isn’t going to protect you…
Put the Bernie in the turnie.

Put the Bernie in the turnie.

Guest Article: The Wait of a Nation

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The Tour de France is France’s race. Actually, that isn’t quite fair. The Tour de France is France’s Olympics, World Cup, and National Identity all wrapped up into one big sweaty peloton of hopefuls. My first trip to France to watch the Tour in 2003 (I’d ridden there many, many times before, but never to…
Parting the waters on a 24 pound bike.

Parting the waters on a 24 pound bike.

Weight Weenies

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My bike weighs about 6 kilos. It is no waify little thing either, with it having a 61cm frame and and three stories of seatpost. It has beefy tubes, a stiff bottom bracket and steerer, and deep section wheels which are laced 3x in the back and 2x in front. This bike has never made me go faster;…
Laurent Fignon and Gianni Bugno in 1992. Photo Archivio Agenzia Aldo Liverani Sas
Retrospettiva

Laurent Fignon and Gianni Bugno in 1992. Photo Archivio Agenzia Aldo Liverani Sas Retrospettiva

The Kuwahara Hirame pump head

The Kuwahara Hirame pump head

Reverence: Kuwahara Hirame Pump Head

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I pump my tires up every single day, and every day it is the only part of Cycling I don’t like. The act of pumping while holding the pump in place is itself a bit of a bummer, especially if you are trying to do it in your Cycling shoes because your brain is too small to…
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