Kate Siena, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2013, attributes much of her recovery to her newfound love of cycling
The rising star in the Canadian cyclocross and mountain bike scenes talks about how she stays in top form during the colder months, both indoors and out.
Evan McNeely doesn’t like knee warmers. In September 2014, he posted a photo of the gap of skin between socks and knee warmers on Twitter with the line, “This is why I don’t understand knee warmers.”
The recipe by Rosenberg is a bit of an indulgence for the holiday season. “Assembly is the trickiest part,” she says. “All the components are fairly simple: the filling is simple; the glaze is simple. The difficulty comes when you put it together. Try to make sure it’s not lopsided and that you chill it so the glaze goes on evenly. But, in the end, you’re going to eat it, so what’s most important is how it tastes.”
The 2013 Canada Summer Games gold medallist is perhaps one of the most nonchalant Canadian racers around. “I’m registered for an architectural technician program for next fall and did a fire fighting program. So […]
The annual re-shuffling, or cycling’s version of musical chairs, continues to plague the sport at professional level. There isn’t a system in place that can protect accomplished riders when sponsors seem to arbitrarily pull […]