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New bike day: my first TT bike

We all know that by rule #12 the correct number of bikes to own is n+1. So I’m more than happy that my fave, the Liz SL, finally got a little company: Dean. After I fell in love with the Dean last year when I saw it in the Ridley catalogue I got the chance to test […]

Only half crazy – my Ironman 70.3 journey

If you’ve been following my older blog posts you might know that I’ve been struggling with a nasty knee injury for about two years. After I got surgery in October 2016 I finally did my comeback race in august 2017 – a sprint distance triathlon in my hometown. Since then I’ve been working really, really hard […]

How to take cycling pictures on your own

It’s been ABOUT TIME to make a blogpost about this because most of the questions that reach me via Instagram are about the following questions: Who takes your pictures when you ride on your own? I pretty much ride (and also run or swim) on my own all the time because that means I’m more […]

Sock game on point!

Socks are probably the most underrated accessory in our sport – and I honestly don’t understand why! As also mentioned in The Rules, socks have an important role in cycling: Rule #27: Shorts and socks should be like Goldilocks. Not too short and not too long. (…) No socks are a no-no, as are those ankle-length […]

A neoprene cycling backpack: NEW PHARAOH

There’s only few things triathletes love more than their bikes, their running shoes and their wetsuits – so, how perfect is it when you can wear the fabric of your wetsuit as a backpack? Sounds strange.. but is amazing. The French brand NEW PHARAOH creates exactly that: neoprene backpacks and cycling accessories. The brand is designed […]

Casual Cycling Clothes: KATUSHA

As cyclists we know really well how to dress on the bike – we have our uniform, we know the rules and we own more cycling kits than normal clothes. If you ask me, I could definitely wear active wear all day (just like in this video) – but as on some occasions it’s a little […]

A foldable commuter helmet: LID HELMET

So, what happens when a brand builds a helmet that’s totally safety-certified, made from planet-friendly material and tackles the qualms of helmets being notoriously inconvenient and hard on the eyes? – Men’s Health UK   We all know the hassle to carry and store a bike helmet – and while we love our road cycling […]

A Weekend Getaway To Mallorca

When life gives you a weekend trip to Mallorca including sunshine, mountains, beautiful beaches, the sea, riding bikes, salty swimming pools and endless roads like these – you better go for it. I generally love every season because I think every season has something super magical and special but still, my favorite season is winter […]

How to dress for an autumn ride: BIEHLER CYCLING

There are way too many cyclists (especially triathletes 😉 ) who prefer the indoor trainer over the bad weather rides. I, however, enjoy the outdoor rides a lot more – so I decided to follow the good old “there’s no such thing as bad weather – only unsuitable clothing” rule and start to ride in […]

How to spice up your indoor training

There are definitely two kind of cyclists during that time of the year: those who ride in all weather those who rather ride indoors As I triathlete I have the choice to use the days with shitty weather for running and the days with really shitty weather for swimming – so I’m pretty much a […]