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We’re all short on training time, so there’s always a need to optimise what we do to produce the best results in the time available.  Whilst plenty of cyclists find strength training beneficial for their cycling performance,... Read More
LEG DOMINANCE IN CYCLISTS - 21 October 2017
  LEG DOMINANCE: What to do about human asymmetries on a perfectly symmetrical machine. In this blog I want to talk about leg dominance and how it can have a... Read More
AVOIDING THE BONK Bonk Hitting the Wall Hunger Flat Hunger Knock... All of these terms refer to what might be described as “Nutritional Failure”, where you haven’t fuelled appropriately for the endurance event you have... Read More
On July 25 Cycling Australia announced that disc brakes will be race legal immediately with the following exceptions: NRS races, elite/U23/U19/para-cycling nationals. So far in south East Queensland I have yet to see a single disc brake in the racing peloton, but it seems likely that... Read More
HOW DO I STOP MUSCLE CRAMPS? If you’ve been watching the Tour De France this week, you will have seen Frenchman Lilian Calmejane in his first TDF participation win stage 8 to Station De Rousses in the Jura mountains.  But not before he almost lost the... Read More
If you haven’t done so already, please read post #1 which covered conservative and surgical management options of a clavicle fracture with a cycling bias. Post #2 now follows explaining the things you need to know to get back to... Read More
Cadel Evans broke his 3 times in one year; Greg Van Avermaet broke his in April 2016 and won stage 5 of the Tour De France in July and the Olympic road race in August; Fabian Cancellara, Fillipo Pozzato, David Millar, Sebastian Langeveld all broke theirs in the same... Read More