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Getting Ready For Race Day

18/02/2020
by Dyllan Scholtz

Getting Ready For Race Day

Your first race can be a scary experience & preparation is key.

I have put together some tips from various sources to help guide you through your race day journey.

Why We LOVE Cycling

11/02/2020
by Dyllan Scholtz

Why We LOVE Cycling

We all remember when we first learnt how to ride, the freedom you got from getting on your trusty two-wheeled steed. Most of us started out in the yard, then down the street, around the block and before long we were cruising around the whole neighbourhood. The sense of freedom you got from being able to go visit your friends or cycling to get ice cream with your pocket money, that slowly grew into a LOVE for cycling.
Here are some reasons why we love cycling.

The week of a cyclist explained

04/02/2020
by Dyllan Scholtz

Sunday

The cyclist’s week begins when others end.

Day of the big ride, solo, club or friends. Normally this 2-hour ride turns into 3 or 4 with a 2-hour coffee shop break, Getting up earlier than your body is designed to do on a Sunday, 

7 Tips Every Rider Should Know To Maintain Their Bike

27/01/2020
by Dyllan Scholtz

Bicycle maintenance is one of the most important aspects of cycling. Whether you're a commuter,  a racing snake, or just a weekend warrior out on the trails a couple of times a month, you always need to stay on top of basic maintenance to prevent unsafe conditions and costly surprises down the road which will ultimately end up becoming a frustration. Bike maintenance doesn’t have to be difficult or cost you an arm and a leg either.

You can keep your bike riding smoothly by following these simple bicycle maintenance tips.

Taking your training to the next level with intervals

21/01/2020
by Dyllan Scholtz

Interval training is tough but it’s the quickest and most effective way of training to become a faster rider. Coach to the pros Alan Milway explains how.

Whether you're just trying to get your fitness up from the ground or aiming for another podium, or you simply want to give a challenge to the guys on your Saturday coffee ride which always seems to end up being a race, even though everyone agreed on the WhatsApp group that it would be a relaxed one.

Interval training is a great and effective method that can significantly improve fitness, it especially works well for mountain bikers — not only do mountain bikers need high levels of fitness to simply complete the climbs, mountain bikers also need a burst of sustained acceleration on every ride to tackle changes in terrain and gradient.