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The bullet cycling collection @Cirmoné

Cirmoné is “the place” to visit as a cyclist or creative person in general. It screams cycling all over the place. From a bike repare place, to a shop, to the perfect pit stop for a coffee. There is even a wooden indoor bicycle track! Home The bullet cycling collection. It’s been said more than […]

Dive into the MTB world

When you are a thrill seeker and just riding on two wheels is to boring you can dive into the MTB scene. Fresh air becomes fresher when you are surrounded by pine trees, and the ride becomes more exciting as you pedal up and down those muddy mountains.  The more you ride, the better you will […]

I did the La Ride!!

Congratulations you rode La Ride des Belles Filles ! Awesome! Do you want to receive a virtual discount goodie bag filled with coupons such as Tacx, Ridley, Stolen Goat and GripGrab? Please fill this and form, hit ‘Send’ and on October 8 you will receive your discount goodie bag!

My adventure in the French Alps: L’etape du tour

I always wanted to know how it feels to be part of something like the Tour de France, and be honest – Which cycling noob doesn’t want to be?! So when SKODA and their We Love Cycling project asked me to take part in the L’etape du tour, I didn’t hesitate. Saturday, hell day.. You […]

Coffee rides, places to visit

We all need easy rides, mainly to recover from a hard and intensive ride. Doing so I combine all the things I love on that day, my love, friends, my bike and some coffee. On hot days I go for a smoothie though.. The place to go to in my hometown is called Maona, see […]

Clipless pedals: How to clip in & Out

I took my best friend for her first lesson on the road bike. Since she’s new to the world of cycling, she still has to learn a lot. How to properly clip in and out of your clipless pedals is one of the most important tricks you should learn. In the short video below, you […]

Ten top tips to attack gravel sectors on your road bike

Hannah’s TEN TOP TIPS for tackling gravel Off road on road Gravel road riding is very much trending at the moment! This is something that I first became involved with only five years ago. To be honest, I kind of didn’t have a choice because numerous 2013 National Road Series Tours had gravel sectors. As […]

Cobbles & bikes

With Paris – Roubaix in mind I immediately think of cobble’s. This is what I posted last year about cobbles and I still stand by every word I said.. Here are some tips for you to make your bike ride more comfortable, on the cobbles. Tires and their pressure I swear by continental 25mm wide […]

Recovery = body language

Is it the food, foam rolling, giving your favourite masseur a visit… So many sports, so many ways to recover. But what is good for you? For example, my body has a natural slow way of repairing. If I pay the gym a visit, it can take day’s before the soreness is out of my […]

Busy is no excuse not to ride

It all comes down to a proper schedule. Figure out what suits you best. Do you have a goal? And do you want to work towards that goal? Than you should take a calendar and start planning. What do you have to do on which day and include the hours of training you can do.  […]