PRISM launches centralised racing platform, Buncheur, and it’s free. If there’s anything guaranteed to get up our nose, it’s burglars. If there’s anything guaranteed to get us excited, it’s club racing. So, with this in mind, we were intrigued when we were recently contacted by Prism Hubbardproof Apparel about a new initiative they’ve just launched … More The end of burglars?
Look, I’m not poor. But nor am I rich. In a sport where holding on to the bunch is a key survival strategy this is proving something of a problem right now. You see, my current carbon steed is approaching 5 years old. It’s a great bike, versatile, comfortable to ride, fast(ish). We’ve travelled 30,000km+ together … More Keeping up with the peloton
The following article originally appeared in the July/August issue of Bicycling Australia magazine and is reproduced here with their kind permission. Be sure to check out the new issue out on 30 August for more articles by yours truly 😉 REMOTE CONTROL BIKES The rise of the long-distance, tech-enabled directeur sportif Sporting director. DS. Team … More Remote Control Bikes
By now you will know I’m a big fan of Strava. Essentially an ingenius amalgam of things like Google Maps, Facebook, Garmin Connect and the Boy Scouts (with all those badges to earn) I thought it boasted everything I could possibly need as a bona fide cycling tragic. Then Albert A sent me the link, … More When Strava just isn’t enough