Gear Tips, Lifestyle, Training Intel
Finding the right bike saddle largely depends on your physiology. We explain how to measure sit bone width and then how to choose the right saddle based on size and performance factors.
No one wants to be forced off the bike due to an injury. Here are a few tips to help you avoid cycling's most common setbacks.
Our Holowesko|Citadel racing team physician shares his tips and advice on the best way to recover after an intense day in the saddle.
Traveling to a race isn't always the easiest. Not only do you need to transport your bike and gear to your destination, but also you need to be cognizant of your own health and well being. Holowesko|Citadel team doctor Kyle Cassas offers some travel tips for cyclists.
Racing bicycles is hard enough on its own without thinking about everything else life throws at you. Fitness, tactics, and luck all have their roles to play. As an amateur racer I can appreciate firsthand the challenges beyond training and riding. You have to have the right equipment in top condition. You have to have your kit, ready to go—especially when that road race kicks off at 7 a.m. and the drive to the race is two hours!