A collection of thoughts equivalent to riding 3 up in heavy traffic.
By Ken on March 21, 2011
When the monsoons arrive in Vancouver, roadies generally have one of 2 approaches. They either; a) meticulously clean their summer bike and put it away for the winter in a somewhat ceremonious, ritualistic fashion, or b) hang it up or put it in a corner without much thought, angered by the long wet winter that’s ... Continue reading →
By Ken Ecker on March 17, 2011
Itʼs easy to want to win on the day. One of the most annoyingly overused-for-the-sake-of-sounding-athletic clichés is: ʻhe just wanted it moreʼ. To assume that Guy A who wins the sprint wants it more than Guy B who finishes second is utter nonsense. (There is one caveat however, and that is timing – Guy A ... Continue reading →
By Ken Ecker on March 1, 2011
If sprints are won in the off season, and success in races is determined by quality of training, then these few months are important ones. Unless you winter in Hawaii or the desert, then you’ve got a decision to make. It’s easy for cyclists who live in climates north of us – they don’t have ... Continue reading →