How to unleash a fierce acceleration

August 1st, 2019 by Philippe Tremblay | Posted in Spotlight, Technique | No Comments »

The art of making a successful attack and break away from the group


Raising the bars: Raising your aero bars can help make you faster

January 5th, 2016 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in News, Technique, Training | No Comments »

Did you know that you can ride faster on your time trial bike by raising your position?


Train hard, recover harder: 6 tips to improve your recovery

December 22nd, 2015 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in News, Training, Training Guide | No Comments »

Recovery is an essential aspect of performance, superior training and staying injury free. However, the time off between workouts isn’t the only thing to consider.


Honing your disaster-avoiding instincts while riding in a group

November 17th, 2015 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in News, Technique, Training, Training Guide | No Comments »

I don’t really know how to describe the disaster-avoiding instincts. But, you can develop a default setting while riding in a group that will keep you safe.


Video: How Cannondale riders get ‘cross-fitted

October 31st, 2015 by Todd Aalgaard | Posted in News, Video | No Comments »

Hearing some of the experts in this video describe the process of fitting a rider for a cyclocross bike, you can get a sense of what happens when a relatively new discipline comes up against time-tested traditions influenced by other approaches of cycling.


Preventing concussions: Skills and strategies for staying safe on the bike

September 1st, 2015 by Peter Glassford | Posted in Feature, News, Technique, Training, Training Guide | No Comments »

As athletes and coaches, we can reduce concussions and other injuries by ensuring that our skills are at – or above – the demands of our sport.


How to win your town-line sprint: Tactics for beating your buddies

August 25th, 2015 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in Feature, News, Skills, Technique, Training | No Comments »

The town-line sprint features in most group rides. Here’s how to beat out your squadmates, and do it effectively — not to mention safely.


A more efficient pedal stroke: Ride smoother with two changes to your technique

July 28th, 2015 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in Feature, News, Training, Training Guide | No Comments »

When we were taught to pedal, we were told to pedal in a circle, keeping the force as smooth as possible throughout the stroke. But there are other ways to think about the motion at the core of our sport.


Riding off-camber trails: How to handle a section with a slippery slope

July 21st, 2015 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in Feature, News, Training Guide | No Comments »

When you are riding singletrack, you’ll eventually run into a stretch that is sloped the wrong way.


Mastering corners on the trail: Turn smoothly and with more speed by using the brakes just right

July 14th, 2015 by Canadian Cycling Magazine | Posted in Feature, News, Technique, Training, Training Guide | No Comments »

Braking in corners is one of the more challenging techniques to master when you are out on the trails.