If your bike has been locked away in the shed for the winter or has only been out for a few winter spins, it’s time to give it a little TLC and a spring clean. Read more
In his next blog John Phelan highlights all the common aches and pains experienced by cyclists and how we can correct them. “Now this is my thing. Over the past 4 years, I’ve put a lot of eggs into the bike basket when it comes to the continual professional development of my physiotherapy career. In this blog, I’d like to put down on paper some of what I’ve learned.
Cycling is supposed to be a carefree and enjoyable experience, yet people knock on my clinic door with a list of complaints as long as your crank arm. Here’s a list of just a few: Read more
The long, cold, dark nights may be stopping you from getting as much quality saddle time as you would like these days. However, there are some ways of keeping your fitness up over the winter months so that you will be achieving your goals at the Ring of Beara Cycle Kenmare in May. Read more
1.The cheapest component on your bike cost more than any present you have ever purchased your partner.
You don’t bat an eyelid about forking out a substantial amount on a new groupset, wheels or anything else when it comes to your beloved steed. After all it’s important to get your loved one the best of the best. €20 is a more than generous amount to spend on your partner’s birthday present though, isn’t it?! Read more
We have teamed up with John Phelan, chartered physiotherapist and nutritionist who will be helping us get ready for the 2020 cycling season. In the first in a series of blogs John shares his views on strength training and how it can improve cycling performance. Read more
The long cold dark nights may be stopping you from getting as much quality saddle time as you would like these days. However, there are some ways of keeping your fitness up over the winter months so that you will be setting a personal best at the Ring of Beara Cycle Kenmare next year.