The Evolution of E-Racing

Words by Tim Fulford, Wahoo Le Col Esports We were recently looking back at some of the events that were hosted in the indoor cycling space in the 2010’s – from the KISS Crit Finals through to the KISS Super League. With the 2024 Zwift Games just around the corner, we had a quick...

The Importance of Structured Training

When it comes to following a structured training plan, many cyclists may believe this is best left to professionals alone. The truth is, structured training plans are meant for anyone working towards a goal – a race, person best on a local route, or looking to complete a century. No matter how large or...

Ian Boswell’s Cape Epic Ride By The Numbers

Based on the stories, sounds like Absa Cape Epic absolutely lived up to its name once again- eight days with over 600 kilometers of riding and over 15,000 meters of climbing!  It is the most televised mountain bike race in the world, labeled as the off-road Tour de France and classed as hors categorie...

The Performance Myths Between Men and Women

It is obvious that there are physical differences between men and women. Men are typically taller, more muscular, and therefore usually outperform women when it comes to upper body performances (like lifting), strength, and power events. This is also true when it comes to shorter-distance events; historically, men outperform women. That being said, this...

What is Overload Training?

Whether you are planning to implement a training camp or a stage race into your next training block, there are a few key pieces to consider when planning your build. We will dive into what makes up overload training, and how to safely implement these high-volume weeks into your own training plan.  What is...

The Importance of Indoor Training

Indoor training has historically been viewed as an alternative option to outdoor rides, but it has become the go-to choice for many athletes globally. This shift is not just due to weather or seasons affecting their outdoor riding plans, but also because of the wide range of options that using an indoor bike trainer...

Bring Your Indoor Workouts Outside

The SYSTM Training App will now be able to support both indoor and outdoor workouts. What does this mean as a user? You can now select a training plan or workout from the app, add it to your calendar, and sync it with your bike computer for both indoor and outdoor training sessions.  The...

On-road and Off-Road, ELEMNT ROAM Turn-by-Turn Guidance

ROAM Improves On Device Routing for MTB Project, Singletracks, and Strava! Get out and explore more with expanded turn-by-turn directions for the ROAM! With new on device Turn By Turn support, the ROAM bike computer now provides turn-by-turn route guidance for every routing app including Singletracks, MTB Project and Strava as well as every...

Indoor Cycling Tips For Training in ERG Mode

There was a point when riding the trainer was viewed for times only when the weather was too treacherous to ride outside, or for rehabilitation from an injury. Wintertime was the only season when cyclists could muster up the mental strength to subject themselves to riding in a fixed position for a few hours...

A Beginner’s Guide to Indoor Bike Trainers

Bike trainers have evolved over the years… Ask any long-time rider to recall their first indoor training experience and it probably sounds like a B-grade horror movie; you’d hop on your stationary torture machine and grind away in agony in an aptly-named “pain room.” On your indoor trainer, no one can hear you scream… But thanks...

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