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This is my latest production from the Carnegie Caulfield Cycling Club Sandown race. I basically share some tips and tricks on where to position yourself in the final lap of a criterium race. Always try to stay in the top ten but not too close to the front. With 500m to go, you don’t want […]
It’s not often I win a bike race, but when I do, I wanna share some tips on how I did it. Watch the video and make sure you watch it in HD. Winning bike races isn’t necessarily about fitness, a lot of it has to do with where you position yourself and subtle things […]
If you’ve ever been on a group ride and were unsure how to roll turns with the bunch, I’ve put together some tips from GoPro footage I took on a Saturday morning ride last week. Some guys from local NRS team, African Wildlife Safari were rolling steady turns on the way back to Melbourne. I sat on […]
I don’t need to tell you how GoPro HERO cameras have increased our time wasted watching Facebook clips. From extreme sports to surfing to cycling, they’ve put us right in the action. I recently attached two GoPro camera’s to my bike at the local Wednesday night Criterium with Hawthorn Cycling Club.
Recently I’ve been riding with a mate who’s making the transition from CrossFit to cycling. He’s wants to race and is the sort of bloke who finds something he loves and throws everything at it. Surfing the coat tails of his enthusiasm, I’ve thrown the leg back over the bike and rediscovered my passion for the pedals.
Ah nutrition, a terribly misunderstood topic and understandably so. We’re inundated with poor advice from people who really wouldn’t have a clue about diet. Usually people who have a ‘degree’ and who we perceive to have the expertise to give us good advice, but more often than not they don’t really know because a lot of these people are just […]
As my iPhone alarm sounded again at 6:00am, I looked over and laughed at it. NOT A CHANCE! Three hours later, I gingerly dragged my lazy ass out of bed and tucked into a full english at the local cafe. After yesterday’s epic 12hr day on the bike, I was sore and resigned myself to […]
Planning and preparation aren’t among my finer qualities. I prefer spontaneity any day. Over a beer and a game of pool, the commitment was made. The plan was to set off at sunrise the following morning. Ride the 400+km from Warrnambool to Melbourne via the Great Ocean Road – three days – a pack with only the essentials […]