Training is what we need to do if we want to become better cyclists. We are continually being told we need to train. We are given heroic tales of the training plans of some pros, and these are supposed to inspire us to greater heights, to greater suffering. What though if we stop thinking about our training.
What if life gets in the way, we all have to work, we all have commitments. So, what if to make these situations easier we start to fall into certain plans and ideas about training. What if we don’t listen to our bodies and just become automatons. What if these habits are counterproductive to training.
The summer is upon us. Cold drinks, swimming pools, and high temperatures. Riding in sunny and hot conditions is great for morale, and it also presents some tough riding conditions. When it gets scorching, you need to get prepared, do not get caught out. Below are some tips on how to cope with riding under hot conditions.
Pumping up the tires on your bike is an essential skill. Like other skills, you need someone to show you how; otherwise you will not know how. For our readers who do not know how (to inflate tires) do not worry. For our more experienced readers, there are plenty of fun facts to learn in this article.
Spokes sometimes break. It will usually happen when you have a big event coming up. In which case the quickest way for you to replace a broken spoke is to do it yourself. Don’t worry though it isn’t hard to replace a broken spoke. With a little guidance you’ll have it done in next to no time.